Fox Nation to offer What Made America Great, The First Family, a Mark Fuhrman TV show and docuseries on Clarence Thomas and Robert Bork
Fox News' new streaming service revealed some of its long-form offerings, including Brian Kilmeade's What Made America Great, which looks at controversies behind iconic American locations; The First Family that will go behind the scenes with President Trump's family, starting with Eric Trump; and The Fuhrman Diaries, in which O.J. Simpson detective Mark Fuhrman looks back at and analyzes famous criminal cases. Fox Nation has also ordered Borked, a chronicle of the 1987 battle to put the controversial Judge Robert Bork on the U.S. Supreme Court and Hannity’s America: The Clarence Thomas Story, which will look back at Justice Thomas' 1991 confirmation hearings.
- Sean Hannity's new Fox Nation show will feature video footage of his radio show's opening monologue
- Samantha Bee describes Fox Nation as "pure substance-free propaganda squirted right down your slobber hole"
- Fox Nation offers "public-access quality" for just $5.99 a month
- Conservative social media stars Diamond & Silk land a weekly Fox Nation series