Fox Nation, Fox News’s upcoming streaming service, has announced its daily and monthly programming offerings. The weekday schedule of when programs will become available is as follows:
7 AM, Primetime Highlights: Rob Schmitt and Carley Shimkus host a compilation of top moments from the prior night’s Fox News primetime programming.
9 AM, Fox & Friends’ After the Show Show: a post-show program of the Fox & Friends cast wrapping up and casually discussing various topics. This currently airs on Fox News’s website and will move to Fox Nation.
9:30 AM, First Thoughts: Tomi Lahren’s morning hot takes on politics and pop culture.
12 PM, Deep Dive: Fox News political commentators, like Steve Hilton and Paul Gigot, having a discussion on one topic each day.
6 PM, Final Thoughts: Tomi Lahren’s evening hot takes on politics and pop culture.
6 PM, Un-PC: Co-hosts Britt McHenry and Tyrus, joined by a guest, with a wrap-up of that day’s top political, sports, and entertainment headlines.
7 PM, Quiz Show: Tom Shillue playing trivia with guests.
Fox Nation will also simulcast Fox Radio’s The Brian Kilmeade Show, Benson & Harf, The Todd Starnes Show, and The Tom Shillue Show and offer on-demand audio of Fox News programs thirty minutes after its conclusion.
“Our short-form daily programming will showcase powerful commentary from our signature roster of talent,” said John Finley, Fox News’s senior vice president of development and production. “Each program will provide distinctive viewpoints, whether it be focused on news of the day or topical, in-depth discussions and we are looking forward to debuting this new platform to the most loyal fans in television.”
Fox Nation will also have other program offerings. Brit Hume will regularly provide political analysis and David Webb will host the weekly Reality Check to keep those in Washington and media accountable. Greg Gutfeld will host One Smart Person & Greg Gutfeld, a talk show on select days of the week. Laura Ingraham and Raymond Arroyo will host Laura & Raymond which focuses on politics and culture. Jeanine Pirro will also host a special ten minute abridged version of her Justice with Judge Jeanine weekend program each week.
Dana Perino will host a monthly book club and Rachel Campos-Duffy will have a monthly program focusing on motherhood and family life. Todd Starnes will host Starnes Country, a program that focuses on Christian faith and patriotism.
Sean Hannity has a program currently in development. Fox Nation is expected to debut later this year.
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