Fox News host Jeanine Pirro's weekly show Justice did not air during its regularly-scheduled time slot on Saturday evening, replaced instead by a repeat of a documentary series, which CNN notes is unusual.
The absence occurred just one week after Pirro made comments that questioned whether Rep. Ilhan Omar's (D-Minn.) religious beliefs are in opposition to the United States Constitution. Pirro came under fire from many sides as a result of her words, which have been deemed Islamophobic, including from her employer. Fox "strongly" condemned the rhetoric, while advertisers began to distance themselves from Pirro's show.
But the network has not publicly announced a cancellation or suspension of the show. A spokesperson for Fox told CNN that "we are not commenting on internal scheduling matters." Pirro, for her part, has also not said anything about getting suspended or taking a vacation and has not tweeted since last week.
It remains unclear whether the show will return next Saturday.