Nexstar’s NewsNation cable news network, today announced that it will expand to 24-hours, Monday through Friday, beginning Monday, April 24. As part of the expansion, the network will launch a new live four-hour weekday programming block entitled NewsNation Now, airing 1-5 p.m. ET. Each weekday, NewsNation Now will cover the day’s top news headlines with live reports from network correspondents across the country. The program will be anchored by a rotation of journalists at 1-3 p.m. ET, followed by anchor Nichole Berlie from 3-5 p.m. Guest anchors will include weekend anchor Natasha Zouves, chief Washington correspondent Blake Burman, and correspondents Markie Martin, Keleigh Beeson and Brooke Shafer, until a permanent anchor is named.  Here is the weekday lineup:

6-7 a.m. ET – Early Morning hosted by Mitch Carr

7-10 a.m. ET – Morning in America with Adrienne Bankert 10 a.m.-1 p.m. ET– NewsNation Live with Marni Hughes

1-3 p.m. ET – NewsNation Now

3-5 p.m. ET– NewsNation Now with Nichole Berlie 5-6 p.m. ET – The Hill

6-7 p.m. ET– Elizabeth Vargas Reports

7-8 p.m. ET– On Balance with Leland Vittert

8-9 p.m. ET– Cuomo hosted by Chris Cuomo

9-10 p.m. ET– Dan Abrams Live hosted by Dan Abrams

10-11 p.m. ET– Banfield hosted by Ashleigh Banfield