Nancy Grace to host 'Most Wanted' show on Fox Nation

Nancy Grace to host 'Most Wanted' show on Fox Nation
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Streaming service Fox Nation has tapped true crime commentator Nancy Grace to host an extended version of the show "America’s Most Wanted" and signed her to a multi-year deal.

Grace begins hosting “America’s Most Wanted Overtime” on March 15, the same day the Fox broadcast network begins airing its reboot of the true-crime show, "America’s Most Wanted" hosted by Elizabeth Vargas, according to an announcement from the company.

In her show, Grace will delve deeper into the cases profiled on the broadcast program and interview chief investigators, law enforcement experts and family members of the victims.


“America’s Most Wanted Overtime” will post to Fox Nation Mondays at 10 p.m. EST, immediately after "America’s Most Wanted," which is scheduled to air the same day at 9 p.m. EST.

Along with the new hosting job, Grace has signed a deal to continue to host the Fox Nation simulcast of “Crime Stories with Nancy Grace,” a show that airs on SiriusXM radio. That program has been simulcast on FOX Nation since January of last year. News of Grace’s deal with Fox Nation broke in 2019.

Fox declined to reveal the length or the financial details of the deal.

Grace, originally a prosecutor, is a frequent commentator on high-profile criminal cases for Fox News and has hosted other true-crime specials on Fox Nation. She was the host of the popular show “Nancy Grace,” on HLN for ten years.