‘The Ed Show’ pre-empted, but Big Ed still on tonight

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Ed interviews former Vermont Governor Howard Dean during msnbc's rolling live coverage of the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 3, 2012.  Dean doubled down on the prediction he made on "The Ed Show" last night, that RickSantorum will win in Iowa tonight.
Ed interviews former Vermont Governor Howard Dean during msnbc's rolling live coverage of the Iowa caucuses on Jan. 3, 2012. Dean doubled down on the prediction he made on "The Ed Show" last night, that RickSantorum will win in Iowa tonight.
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The @edshow won’t be seen tonight in its usual format in order to present msnbc’s rolling live coverage of the Iowa caucuses. 

Of course, Ed himself is on the panel for that coverage this evening, along with Rachel Maddow, Lawrence O‘Donnell, Rev. Al Sharpton and Steve Schmidt, who ran the McCain-Palin campaign in 2008.  Chris Matthews is also checking in from Des Moines, Iowa.

Chris Hayes picks up coverage at midnight ET until 2 a.m.

And of course, The @edshow blog will have the latest results from Iowa.

The @edshow will be back tomorrow (Wednesday) for at 8pET full post-Iowa, pre-New Hampshire coverage on @msnbctv.

Meantime, Ed is holding his own caucus.  Click here to vote!  

Let’s get to work!

'The Ed Show' pre-empted, but Big Ed still on tonight

Updated