Former Fox News host Eric Bolling to host show on CRTV streaming network

Former Fox News host Eric Bolling to host show on CRTV streaming network
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Former Fox News host Eric Bolling has signed with streaming network CRTV, according to an announcement made on the company's website.

The former co-host of Fox's "The Five" and "The Fox News Specialists" will host a new program called "America."

"Be bold, be brash, be America. Bolling is back with the show the MSM wouldn’t put on cable TV. It’s time for America to toughen up, stop whining, and get to work. It's America with Eric Bolling, only on CRTV," reads the announcement on CRTV.com.

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The news was first reported in the New York Post's "Page Six."

Bolling, 56, has done broadcast interviews in recent weeks on MSNBC, CNN and Newsmax, primarily to talk about his volunteer efforts for the Trump administration surrounding the opioid crisis.

His son, Eric Chase, died on Sept. 8, 2017, while at the University of Colorado due to an accidental drug overdose, according to the Boulder County Coroner’s Office. He was 19.

Eric Bolling was last seen on Fox News in August of 2017. He and the network parted ways one day before his son's death amid allegations of sexual harassment revealed one month later.

Eric Bolling has said in recent interviews that litigation regarding the allegations is ongoing and prevents him from providing any details.

"I'm not supposed to be talking about the lawsuits because things are still pending," he told CNN on March 25.

"My wife of 20 years and I are completely on board and on the same page and that — I have never done anything like that," he also said of allegations that he sent lewd photos to three female colleagues years ago.

The subscription-based CRTV launched in October 2016 as an avowedly conservative streaming service. It features programs from nationally syndicated radio host and weekly Fox News host Mark Levin, "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson, comedian Steven Crowder and columnist Michelle Malkin, among others.

The launch for Bolling's new show is set for "early this summer," according to CRTV.

--Updated at 9:26 a.m.