Bill O'Reilly Already Has A New Job.Sighs

He has denied everything.

Having been dismissed from Fox News nearly one week ago, Bill O'Reilly took to the air on Monday night to lament the loss of his once top-rated TV show, "The O'Reilly Factor".

"For those of you tuning in. expecting to see someone different in this anchor chair, I know the feeling well", Carlson said at the beginning of "Tucker Carlson Tonight". However you, as a loyal O'Reilly listener, have a right to know, down the lane, what exactly happened.

After more than 20 years on the network, O'Reilly said he doesn't have any bad blood with Fox News for cutting ties with him in the midst of a growing sexual harassment scandal.

The data follows Morning Consult polling released last week, which showed an uptick in support for pulling the plug on O'Reilly's show, just before the network confirmed the popular talk show host would not return. Fox News co-founder Roger Ailes resigned last summer over similar claims.

Fox News is working through the loss of key personalities including Megyn Kelly and O'Reilly, who was abandoned by advertisers and targeted by activists for his behavior while trying to mitigate the fallout from accusations and legal action by several women.

"I can't say anymore because I just don't want to influence the flow of the information, OK?" He was paid a reported $25 million upon his exit.

The longtime cable news host's run with Fox News ended last week amid a string of sexual harassment complaints against him.

Roger Ailes resigned from Fox News after allegations from at least six women.

Once the allegations became public, Fox News dumped O'Reilly.

O'Reilly was on vacation in Italy when he got the news he was sacked.

O'Reilly has hosted the podcast for years, as Variety reports, but it's likely people weren't as interested in it before as they will be for Monday's edition.

O'Reilly will continue to air his podcast, which he says will be extended in length.

"You also have new definition - and this is very, very big - on the healthcare, the Trump healthcare, what that's going to be, and proposed tax cuts", he said.

O'Reilly posted a new installment of his "No Spin News" podcast Monday on his website.