Fox Nation’s Latest Offerings Include ‘A Lifetime of Sundays’ and Upcoming Shows From John Rich and Nancy Grace
Fox Nation has announced its upcoming lineup. A subscription streaming service spun off from the Fox News Channel, it debuted in November 2018. Fox Nation offers 180-plus shows and specials, covering news, sports and entertainment.
Current shows include “Lara Logan Has No Agenda,” “What Made America Great” and “Freedom to Laugh: Comedy Tour.”
Here is a look at expected and just launched shows on the streamer:
“A Lifetime of Sundays” is the NFL-themed film produced by Jane Skinner Goodell, former Fox News anchor and wife of the current NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell. The now-available documentary examines the history of the league through the eyes of female owners, known as the “Fab Four of Football.” Skinner previously co-anchored “Skinnerville” with Shepard Smith.
Country-music singer-songwriter John Rich, one half of the singing duo Big & Rich, is the host of “The Pursuit! With John Rich,” filmed in Nashville. The program kicks off Feb. 17 and features stars and friends of Rich discussing their pursuit of the American Dream. The first season features country stars Gretchen Wilson and Wynonna Judd, as well as Olympic gold medalist Brandon Slay and combat vet Noah Galloway.
Rich’s song “Shut Up About Politics” reached No. 1 on Billboard’s country chart earlier this year.
On March 9, “Crime Stories With Nancy Grace” debuts. The longtime legal analyst and former prosecutor, who has appeared on on CNN, Court TV and Fox, will bring her SiriusXM show “Crime Stories” to the streamer five days a week. The show will explore criminal cases and help find missing children.
Fox Nation costs $5.99 a month or $64.99 a year and can be watched via Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Xbox One and Chromecast devices.