Fox News Gives Diamond & Silk Their Own Weekly Show On New Streaming Service
Welcome to the hellscape!
Fox News announced on Monday that pro-Trump vlogging stars Diamond & Silk will have their own weekly commentary show on the network’s new subscription-based streaming service, FOX Nation. The service will go online tomorrow after having been hyped for weeks.
Inbox: “FOX Nation, the new on demand subscription-based service debuting tomorrow, will present a weekly video with conservative social media stars Diamond & Silk, announced John Finley, Senior Vice President of Development and Production.”
— Joe Concha (@JoeConchaTV) November 26, 2018
Inbox: Fox News has hired Diamond & Silk to star in a weekly commentary program for its streaming service Fox Nation.
— Alex Weprin (@alexweprin) November 26, 2018
Earlier this year, Diamond & Silk — who the president constantly touts within the halls of the White House for their over-the-top sycophancy and boosterism — became a conservative cause celebre when they falsely claimed they were being censored by Facebook, leading to Congressional hearings. Republicans quickly took up their cause on The Hill while D&S’s Fox News appearances continued to grow.
FOX Nation is being advertised as a place for “Fox News superfans” to get more original content from their favorite personalities. Besides providing audio-only broadcasts of Fox News programs, the service will provide a number of new shows featuring the likes of Tomi Lahren, Britt McHenry, and Mark Fuhrman.
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