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Shep Smith

Shep Smith Learns to Embrace Life, Leaves FOX News Airwaves Effective Friday [VIDEO]

FOX News original Shepard “Shep” Smith will be leaving the self-proclaimed news network after 23 years, making the announcement during his Friday show – which will be his last. Here’s a look at final sign off from Smith (who had been with the network since 1996), followed by his official statement: Full video: Shepard Smith's […]



the loudest voice

“The Loudest Voice”: Seth MacFarlane on “Segmented” FOX Relationship [VIDEO]

This Sunday, Showtime viewers will witness the birth of FOX News (we’ll leave it to the viewer to determine if that’s a blessing or a curse) and the fall of Roger Ailes (Russell Crowe) when the cable network premieres its seven-part limited series The Loudest Voice. Based on Gabriel Sherman’s bestselling book The Loudest Voice in the […]






When Fox News Suddenly Notices an Article About Jesus You Ran in August

Back in August last year, Bleeding Cool contributor Mike Sangregorio interviewed Mark Russell about his upcoming DC Comics comic book Second Coming with Richard Pace. Which features Jesus Christ returning to Earth and rooming with Superman analogue Sun-Man. It’s clearly a satire. Today, Fox News seems to have come across the interview and made it a […]

Fox News, More Support CNN in Trump/Acosta Lawsuit; White House Submits Brief (UPDATE)

***UPDATE*** Thirteen news groups/organizations have signed on to the following statement in support of CNN, including: The Associated Press, Bloomberg, Fox News, The Washington Post, First Look Media Works, Inc., Gannett, National Press Club Journalism Institute, NBC News, The New York Times, Politico, Press Freedom Defense Fund, E.W. Scripps Company, and USA Today Network: “Whether the news […]


Russell Crowe to Play Fox News Founder Roger Ailes in Showtime Limited Series

Academy Award-winning actor Russell Crowe (Gladiator, A Beautiful Mind) is marking his U.S. television debut by tackling the life of one of the most controversial figures in news media, late Fox News founder Roger Ailes, in an eight-episode limited series from Showtime and Blumhouse Television. The still-untitled project (previously titled Secure and Hold: The Last Days of Roger Ailes) […]

Seth MacFarlane is Embarrassed to Work for Fox After Tucker Carlson Comment

Could there be trouble ahead for Family Guy and The Orville? All depends on just how serious Seth MacFarlane is about the tweet he made yesterday about being embarrassed to work for the network in response to a commentary by Fox News host Tucker Carlson. This isn’t the first time he’s criticized the network, but […]


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The Weekly Static s01e25: Reboots, Chief Wahoo, Fox News & More!

I’m alive, and I don’t need a witness to know that I survived. I’m not looking for forgiveness. I just need light. I need light in the dark as I search for…The Weekly Static! So while I text my apologies to Jack’s Mannequin and before we pull the ripcord on all of this…I’m going to […]

Sean Hannity

Sean Hannity, Twitter, and Form Submission 1649

Sean Hannity is the top-rated host on Fox News, with a Twitter account that has over 3 million followers. Those followers got into a bit of a fervor when a cryptic tweet reading, “Form Submission 1649 #Hannity,” went up last night, followed by his account being temporarily deleted with a “Sorry, that page doesn’t exit,” […]

President Trump

President Trump To Be Interviewed By Sean Hannity In Front Of A Live Audience

Fox News has announced that President Trump will sit down with Sean Hannity for an interview in front of a live audience. Set to air October 4th at 9 p.m., the interview will take place at the Morgantown Theatre in West Virginia with an audience made up of Republicans, Democrats, and Independents. There will also […]

Fox’s Nat Geo Network Kills Bill O’Reilly’s ‘Killing Patton’ Movie

It appears that for all the bad in the world, there is some good. The fact that Fox had the guts to fire Bill O’Reilly was already surprising but now it looks like he just got brought down another peg. The film adaptation of O’Reilly’s book, Killing Patton, has officially been scrapped by “cooperate cousin […]