The Fox News Specialists is the newest addition to the Fox News programming lineup, and will premiere this coming Monday at 5 p.m. ET.
The program, which will be co-hosted by longtime Fox Newser Eric Bolling, along with Kat Timpf and Eboni K. Williams, will kick things off with a bang. Bolling announced that Pres. Trump will appear during Monday’s premiere.
“I’m going to interview him live from D.C. on Monday morning,” Bolling said last night during an appearance on America’s News HQ. “I can’t tell you the names or anything else about that show, but it’s going to be hot.”
In making the announcement, Fox News evp of programming Suzanne Scott said, “Eric, Katherine and Eboni’s diverse opinions and backgrounds will provide our audience with an hour of informative and entertaining analysis on daily stories that are most important to Americans. The combination of the co-hosts’ expertise in business, millennial and legal topics, respectively, will make for lively and compelling discourse.”
Bolling, Timpf and Williams will be joined by two special guest experts to discuss the top stories driving the headlines of the day. The daily “specialists” will join the co-hosts to provide unique and unpredictable analysis on the stories trending in America.
Bolling previously served as the co-host of The Five and will continue to host the Fox News Saturday morning program Cashin’ In. Previously, he served as host of FBN’s Follow the Money, Happy Hour. Prior to joining FBN, Bolling helped launch and was an original panelist on CNBC’s Fast Money.
Timpf joined Fox News in 2015 and has been a frequent contributor to Greg Gutfeld‘s weekend show during that time. She will continue to appear on that program, in addition to her new role on The Fox News Specialists. Timpf is also a writer for National Review and the host of the podcast The Kat Timpf Show, which airs every Monday on Barstool Sports.
Williams joined Fox News in 2015 as a contributor, legal and political analyst who frequently appeared on the network’s weekday afternoon program Outnumbered, and on The Five. Prior to joining FNC, Williams served as a CBS News correspondent, HLN contributor and talk radio host for Los Angeles’ KFI AM640. She began her professional career in Louisiana in the wake of Hurricane Katrina where she clerked for the Louisiana Sec. of State and the Louisiana Attorney General’s Office as a law student.