Fox News Sunday Celebrates Its 1000th Episode

Congratulations, Fox News Sunday!

Yesterday, Chris Wallace celebrated Fox News Sunday’s 1,000th episode.

Fox News Sunday began in 1996 and was hosted by the late Tony Snow, who left the show in 2003 to serve as White House press secretary for President George W. Bush.

Wallace, who has hosted since 2003, is the only person to have moderated two Sunday political talk shows. He was the moderator of NBC’s Meet the Press from 1987-1988.

“We want to thank you so much for watching, and we promise to keep at it each and every week,” Wallace told viewers at the end of Sunday’s show, which featured an interview with GOP candidate Carly Fiorina.

During that interview, Wallace showcased his willingness to ask guests the hard and uncomfortable questions. He aggressively questioned Fiorina about her tenure as CEO of HP, calling her statements about HP’s performance “selective.”

After thanking his viewers for their loyalty, Wallace went on to tease next Sunday’s episode which will feature an exclusive interview with GOP candidate and former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush. It will be Bush’s first Sunday show interview since May.