Bill O’Reilly mad his first ever appearance on FNC’s midday news program, “Outnumbered,” this afternoon to promote “Killing Jesus.”
“Outnumbered” typically features four female co-hosts and one male, discussing the day’s news. Andrea Tantaros, Harris Faulkner, Kristen Powers and Ainsley Earhardt surrounded O’Reilly, who opened the show by joking he was “outnumbered physically… but mentally? We’ll see.”
O’Reilly spent the full hour on set, discussing President Obama’s strategy against ISIS, Hillary Clinton‘s email scandal, Iran and, of course, “Killing Jesus,” among other hot topics. O’Reilly joins former male representatives on the show that have included Geraldo Rivera, Jesse Watters, Steve Doocy, Bob Beckel, Terry Bradshaw, Dean Cain, Mike Hukabee and Lou Dobbs.
The show was promoted on social media with the hashtag #oneluckyguy. The upcoming Nat Geo film “Killing Jesus,” which is based on O’Reilly‘s best-selling book, debuts March 29 — Palm Sunday.