Fox Nation Streaming Service Unveils Lineup, Featuring Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson, Laura Ingraham


Fox News announced the lineup for its new streaming service, “Fox Nation,” an online streaming service billed as a home for Fox News superfans.

The “on demand subscription-based streaming service” will feature original content from Fox News heavyweights, from network primetime hosts like Sean Hannity to younger commentators like Tomi Lahren and analysts like Andrew Napolitano, per a Fox News statement.

The statement, released Wednesday, unveiled the massive list of network talent that will contribute to Fox Nation:

FNC primetime stars Sean Hannity, Laura Ingraham andTucker Carlson; FNC senior political analyst Brit Hume; conservative firebrands Tomi Lahren and Britt McHenryFOX & Friends co-hosts Ainsley Earhardt, Brian Kilmeade and Steve DoocyThe Five’s Greg Gutfeld, Jesse Watters and Dana PerinoJustice hostJeanine PirroThe Greg Gutfeld Show staple George “Tyrus” Murdoch; FOX News Radio’s Tom ShillueGuy Benson, Marie Harfand Todd StarnesFOX & Friends Weekend cohost Pete HegsethThe Next Revolution’s Steve Hilton; FOX Business Network’sStuart 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.

The network had previously advertised the service with promotions from Lahren, the platinum blonde firebrand whose controversial “Final Thoughts” segment will move from to Fox Nation. Final Thoughts will air at 5 p.m. nightly and another segment, “First Thoughts,” will air at 9:30 a.m. on the service.

“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,” said Fox SVP John Finley 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.”

The service is slated to make its debut in late 2018.

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