Confirmed: Mark Levin Gets His Own Show On Fox News

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Conservative radio host Mark Levin is reportedly getting his own weekly show on Fox News.

News aggregator Matt Drudge tweeted the news out on Tuesday, explaining that Levin’s show will feature “legal, political, social commentary.”

“Expect fireworks,” Drudge asserted.

Levin is currently the host of the syndicated radio show The Mark Levin Show and worked in the Ronald Reagan administration as the chief of staff to Attorney General Ed Meese. Levin is also the founder of the media company Conservative Review and hosts a show on CRTV.

Matt Drudge previously broke the news that Laura Ingraham would be getting her own primetime show on Fox News.

UPDATE (10:22 AM, November 21, 2017):

Fox News has confirmed that Levin will be hosting “Life, Liberty & Levin” starting in February of 2018. The show will air on Sunday at 10 PM.

“The hour-long program will feature Levin’s lively in-depth and long-form interviews and powerful debate style with consequential guests covering history, philosophy, and economics,” Fox News said in a statement. “Levin will also capitalize on his extraordinary knowledge and compelling perspective as a constitutional lawyer to discuss the American founding, the Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution.”

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