Fox News has announced a new slate of programming for Fox News Business starting this fall.
The new long-form series lineup will showcase current Fox talent, including Fox Business Network’s Stuart Varney and Cheryl Casone as well as Fox Nation’s John Rich and Kacie McDonnell, all of whom will host new weekly programs for the network.
As part of the new slate’s rollout, veteran television personality Mike Rowe will narrate a program Sept. 20 called “How America Works.” Rowe’s hourlong series will showcase “the many individuals that work round the clock to keep our infrastructure in working order,” the network said.
“We are thrilled to introduce a new engaging and inspirational primetime lineup focused on success stories across key American industries to our loyal viewers,” Lauren Petterson, president of Fox Business Network, said in a statement.
Varney’s weekly show will be on Monday nights and follow the host “as he interviews renowned architects, engineers and historians about engineering marvels, from the USS Nautilus to the Hubble Telescope, capturing the unassailable spirit that helped make our country the leader in innovation and growth,” the network said.
Upon the launch of the new Fox Business Network’s prime-time programming slate, Kennedy, hosted by Lisa “Kennedy” Montgomery will move to a 7 p.m. slot Monday through Thursday while the rest of the network’s Friday night programming will stay in place.