Dan Bongino to present five-part Fox series on people ‘canceled’
Conservative pundit Dan Bongino will host a new five-part series streaming on Fox Nation next week highlighting prominent people in media, Hollywood and politics who have fallen victim to so-called cancel culture.
Bongino, a podcaster and firebrand political analyst, already hosts an hourlong program on Fox News Channel on Saturday nights. The new Fox Nation streaming series will “do a deep dive into the movement known as “cancel culture,” the network announced on Tuesday.
The first of the five episodes will premiere Monday, July 19, with a new episode available for streaming on Fox Nation each day.
In the premiere episode, Bongino will introduce Sam Johnson, the CEO of a medical technology company, who was fired from his company over a dispute with a teenage boy wearing a red dress caught on video. In the series’s third episode, Bongino will interview comedians Gilbert Gottfried and Adam Carolla, both of whom will chare their experiences with “cancel culture.”
In the series finale, Bongino will feature parents from Loudoun County in Virginia, many of whom have opposed the introduction of critical race theory into their public schools.
Bongino occasionally will serve as a guest host for some of Fox News’s most prominent prime-time weeknight hosts like Sean Hannity.
In March, Cumulus Media’s Westwood One announced Bongino was taking over the late Rush Limbaugh’s radio slot. Former President Trump made an appearance on the debut episode of Bongino’s new show, which airs Monday through Friday from noon to 3 p.m.