‘F’ is For ‘The Five’

By A.J. Katz 

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The folks at The Five were quite excited to show off their new home today: Studio F. The program originated from network’s new, state-of-the-art digs today for the first time.

“All kinds of producers and talent have been asking if they can get in here,” Fox News evp Jay Wallace told Adweek when we toured the space in November.

Including a brand new control room to make sure the studio is powered properly, the cost is “in the high $20 millions,” Warren Vandeveer, svp of engineering and operations, also told us.

Martha MacCallum won the coveted prize when the studio opened on Election Night just in time for The First 100 Days. It appears that The Five was next in line.

The cast bid farewell to Studio D last week after 5 1/2 years inside the space:

Today, they welcomed their viewers inside Studio F:

Eric Bolling gave viewers a more in-depth studio tour at the end of today’s show: