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Fox Nation adds five new programs to streaming service
Fox Nation, a subscription-based streaming service from Fox News, announced Thursday that it will roll out five new programs next month.
The shows debut the week of June 10 and will be hosted by Fox News Channel contributors Tyrus, Kat Timpf, Tammy Bruce and Lawrence Jones.
"Nuffsaid" with Tyrus, a former professional wrestler whose real name is George Murdoch, will feature interviews with figures like Hall of Fame baseball player Cal Ripken and rapper Snoop Dogg "to discuss their path to success and some of the setbacks they endured along the way," according to Fox Nation.
"Sincerely Kat" will be hosted by Kat Timpf, a cast member of "The Greg Gutfeld Show," which airs on weekends. The weekly show is described as a "Dear Abby" program for millennials that will host discussions focused on politics, pop culture and relationships.
"Get Tammy Bruce" will "pull back the curtains on identity politics," and "Keeping up with the Jones" will debate "the issues with a guest." Jones will also host "Man on the Street."
He was recently tapped to conduct man-on-the-street interviews for Fox News's top-rated "Hannity" and has been featured more frequently on the network since joining as a contributor late last year.
Former ESPN reporter Britt McHenry will continue as co-host of the hot topics program "UN-PC," but with a rotating co-host to replace Tyrus.
Fox Nation, which is being offered for $5.99 per month and $64.99 annually, debuted in November.