Today, Fox News anchor Bret Baier, the host of “The Bret Baiers Show,” will host the first live broadcast of the new network’s new daytime lineup.
This will mark the first time a prime-time show has been broadcast in daytime on a network that is not owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation.
The network is also expected to have a new morning show, which will be led by the Fox News personality Andrew Napolitano, who will also host his own show, The Napolitain Chronicles.
Napolitana is expected to take over as host of the network’s morning show and will serve as an anchor of the morning show.
The Fox News program will be anchored by “Fox & Friends” co-host Tucker Carlson, who is set to host his first live show since the network parted ways with former co-anchor Andrea Tantaros in October.
It will also have former Fox News host Gretchen Carlson as an analyst and co-producer.
Fox News has a history of partnering with former Fox personalities.
Former host Greta Van Susteren and Fox News’ former executive vice president of news and current Fox News contributor Andrew Napolese were both on the network.
Other guests on the new program will include Fox News senior correspondent Juliet Huddy, who previously hosted the morning program, and former Fox Business Network host John Stossel.
Fox News has long been a leader in the morning talk-radio scene, which includes the likes of Rush Limbaugh, Mark Levin, Sean Hannity, Alex Jones, Bill O’Reilly and Laura Ingraham.
Fox has a total of 12 morning shows, including “The Five” and “Special Report,” which have more than 12 million listeners a week.
Fox is expected have the second-highest number of morning show hosts in the United States.
The Fox News morning program has a combined audience of 6.6 million, and the network has had six morning shows per week since 2002.