4:57PM EDT – A week after being revealed as the host of a Fox News show, Bill O’Reilly was found dead in a hotel room in Manhattan.
The former Fox News host had suffered a massive heart attack while staying at the luxury Hyatt Regency on March 12, sources tell CNN.
O’Neill, 52, was found by his bodyguard in a hallway of the hotel around 10 p.m. on Saturday, a source familiar with the case told CNN.
The source told CNN that O’Donnell had no obvious signs of trauma, which led to a massive manhunt.
The investigation is ongoing.
Fox News hosts Sean Hannity, Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum are among the other hosts of The Blurtts, which airs on the channel’s flagship morning show.
The channel has since cancelled its new show, The O’Keefe Files, and announced it will instead air its primetime show The Ovens.
Fox’s new show is also being produced by David Axelrod, the former White House chief strategist.
OReilly is best known for his controversial past comments and attacks on President Donald Trump, as well as his role in covering the 2016 election, including the 2016 presidential primary.
Fox has not yet announced a replacement for O’Neil, the source said.
Fox will air its new series, The Bluffers, at 9 p..m., according to Fox News.
Overnight ratings for the morning and evening shows have been below average.
The latest Overnight numbers for the evening show, Fox News at 10 p., show the network averaging an 8.6 rating in the key 25-54 demographic and 8.1 in the demo.
The morning show is averaging a 2.5 rating in total viewers and 1.5 million total viewers.
Fox and O’Brien are the only hosts of the morning program who have been removed from their shows, CNN reported.
Fox had a rough week in terms of ratings as well, with the network reporting a 6.3 rating in adults 18-49 and a 0.6 in the 25-49 demographic.
Fox Sports on Sunday had a 5.5, CNN said.
The ratings are below averages of 6.8 and 6.1, CNN’s report said.
Orenstein’s death comes on the heels of the death of anchor Bill Oreskes on Friday.
Oreskse died after collapsing at his home in California.
He was 54.
Orewes’ death was first reported by TMZ on Sunday.
The two hosts had been friends since Oreske’s death in 2015.
Oreyes’ father, Joel Oreskell, told TMZ the death was a “family tragedy.”
Oreska’s death was confirmed by Fox News, which said Oreskas death was not related to his health.
Fox hosts were also the targets of a number of controversial tweets during the presidential election.
CNN reported that Oreskin’s tweet on Monday morning, about Trump’s supposed “blood on his hands,” was a reference to the former president’s infamous comments that he wanted to “spill his blood on the graves of the defeated.”
The tweet, which included a photo of Trump, was later deleted.
In another tweet, Oreskins expressed support for Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.), who has been accused of sexual misconduct by two women, including one who claims he forcibly kissed her and groped her on a USO tour.
Orexes’ tweets, which have been widely shared, included references to Trump and Franken’s respective wives.
In one tweet, he said he wanted the Republican senator to be impeached for his alleged sexual misconduct.
CNN said Orewas tweets were shared more than 10,000 times.