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Some of Fox News’ biggest stars are hosting and co-hosting shows on the network’s forthcoming paid streaming service, Fox Nation, the network announced Wednesday morning.
Primetime host Laura Ingraham will co-host a show called Laura & Raymond (with Raymond Arroyo) and Sean Hannity will host a show “that is currently in development.” Judge Jeanine Pirro, who like Ingrahm and Hannity is a favorite of President Trump’s, will host a weekly, abbreviated version of her Justice With Judge Jeanine show for the service.
Britt McHenry, a former ESPN personality, will co-host a new show called UN-PC on the service, which has not yet been priced.
In the morning, the network, which is launching this fall, will offer a show highlighting the network’s primetime programming, followed by a Fox & Friends after-show at 9 a.m., after Brian Kilmeade, Steve Doocy and Ainsley Earhardt finish up.
As previously announced, conservative firebrand Tomi Lahren will host a morning segment at 9:30 a.m., as will senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano, who is hosting his own show. Lahren, who is being positioned as one of the stars of the new service, will also host an end-of-the-day segment called Final Thoughts at 6 p.m.
The service will also offer a show from The Five co-host Greg Gutfeld called One Smart Person & Greg and a monthly show from afternoon host Dana Perino called Dana Perino’s Book Club.
Last week, the network announced that Fox Nation will offer investigative and historic programming, including a show from Kilmeade called What Made America Great and a show about the Trump family called The First Family.
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