Fox News is sharing more information about its new streaming service, Fox Nation.
According to the network, the subscription service, which is set to debut in Q4, is “an enhancement offering for the Fox News super fan,” and it will include exclusive content from some of the network’s most popular talent, including the Fox News prime time trio of Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham, Tucker Carlson, and Fox News senior political analyst Brit Hume.
These stars and others will offer signature content and exclusive access with everything from deep dives into the big issues of the day to daily short and long-form programming.
“We are thrilled to announce that our most popular hosts and contributors from Fox News will be among the key talent involved in Fox Nation,” Fox News svp of development and production John Finley said in a statement. “Fox News has an incredibly loyal audience and we are confident our super fans will enjoy exclusive content helmed by the personalities they know and trust, which they will have access to watch anytime and anywhere.”
Who will be joining the aforementioned quartet on the platform? Conservative firebrands Tomi Lahren and Britt McHenry; Fox & Friends co-hosts Ainsley Earhardt, Brian Kilmeade and Steve Doocy; The Five’s Greg Gutfeld, Jesse Watters and Dana Perino; Justice host Jeanine Pirro; The Greg Gutfeld Show staple George “Tyrus” Murdoch; Fox News Radio’s Tom Shillue, Guy Benson, Marie Harf and Todd Starnes; Fox & Friends Weekend co–host Pete Hegseth; The Next Revolution’s Steve Hilton; FBN’s Stuart Varney and Lisa “Kennedy” Montgomery; Fox News digital politics editor Chris Stirewalt; America’s News Headquarters’ Eric Shawn; as well as FNC contributors Bill Bennett, Katie Pavlich, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Rachel Campos-Duffy, Raymond Arroyo and Mark Fuhrman.
One of the most notable programming announcements concerning Fox Nation to-date is that Tomi Lahren will be taking her FoxNews.com segment Final Thoughts to the service. Final Thoughts will stream at 5 p.m. ET on Fox Nation, and will be followed by a segment called First Thoughts streaming at 9:30 a.m. ET. Lahren, who came to FNC last year from The Blaze, is considered one of the key personalities on the forthcoming streaming service.
Additional programming details are TBD.