On Wednesday Fox News announced the launch of “Outnumbered,” a new show matching four regular female Fox hosts against one man who will vary from day to day.
Debuting on Monday, April 28, the new program will air weekdays at noon and aims to “tackle top new headlines from all angles and perspectives.”
“‘Outnumbered’s’ engaging dynamic, guided by four savvy women and one man, is designed to provide viewers with a fresh take on the latest news,” Fox’s announcement read. “During each segment, the panelists will examine the top news of the hour, and deliberate the leading pop culture and relationship issues dominating the headlines that day.”
Fox News anchor Harris Faulkner and Fox Business Network’s Sandra Smith were both tapped as rotating hosts for the new program, as were Fox hosts Kimberly Guilfoyle and Andrea Tantaros and Fox contributors Jedediah Bila, Katie Pavlich and Kirsten Powers.
The sole male panelist will vary daily, and will likely feature both employees of Fox News and national newsmakers and commentators from across the political spectrum.
“Outnumbered” replaces Fox’s 2-hour “Happening Now” from the 12 PM timeslot. That show, which features Fox anchors Jon Scott and Jenna Lee, will be broken up into two one-hour segments at 11 AM and 1 PM.
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