Executive In Charge of Fox Nation Says ‘We Are Thrilled With the Momentum And Excitement Surrounding the Platform’

By A.J. Katz Comment

Fresh off its summit in Arizona nine days ago, Fox Nation, Fox News’ on-demand subscription-based streaming service, announced that it’s rolling out a new slate of programming next month, including new shows hosted by Greg Gutfeld Show regulars Tyrus, Kat Timpf, as well as Fox News contributors Tammy Bruce and Lawrence Jones.

FNC contributor Britt McHenry will continue as co-host of the hot topics program UN-PC alongside a rotating co-host.

When asked whether Fox Nation is hitting its business goals since launching last fall, Fox News executive vp of development and head of Fox Nation John Finley told TVNewser,“We are thrilled with the momentum and excitement surrounding the platform over last six months and look forward to continuing to build on our success.”

The new programming will begin to roll out to subscribers the week of June 10th and will include the debut of Nuffsaid, where Tyrus sits down with prominent names each week to discuss their path to success and some of the setbacks they endured along the way. The debut episodes will feature one-on-one style interviews with Fox News regular John Rich of Big & Rich, baseball icon Cal Ripken Jr., Mayor Glen Jacobs (aka. WWE superstar Kane), and Snoop Dogg, among others.

Timpf is hosting Sincerely Kat, a millennial-targeted show where she’ll talk politics, pop culture and relationships each week.

Bruce’s new program is named Get Tammy Bruce. She’ll provide her insight on identity politics, and “the week’s biggest cultural stories.”

Jones will host a debate show named Keeping up with Jones. He’ll also host an extension of the Man on the Street segments he does for Hannity, in a Fox Nation series appropriately named Man on the Street.

The network says all of these shows will be shot in Fox Nation studios.

The platform offered a special 99 cent promotional rate for a month long subscription at the aforementioned superfan summit. The promotion ran from May 6-19.

Outside of that two week period (and at present), Fox Nation costs $5.99 a month/$64.99 a year.

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