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Bob Beckel may be right about Glenn Beck's audience "fleeing" his Fox News replacement, but it certainly won't be because of boredom. The new show, The Five, which will be airing in Beck's place for the rest of the summer, premiered today with an energetic talk about most of your usual Fox News subjects like Sarah Palin's presidential chances, Congress' waste, and the debt ceiling. There was, however, way more jokes about hookers than we expected. »
- Jon Bershad
On Monday, July 11, the host of the irreverent 3 a.m. Et news/pop-culture roundtable show "RedEye W/Greg Gutfeld" gets a regular gig in the light of day.
"Yeah, it's going to be a lot of fun and a challenge," Gutfeld tells Zap2it "I'm going to be doing two shows a day, so I'll be working around the clock. Won't be getting to the gym as much, sadly. They'll miss me."
On any given day, five members of a rotating ensemble of Fnc personalities will, as the press release said, "discuss, debate and at times debunk the hot news stories, controversies and issues of the day."
Sadly for "Beck" fans, no word that chalkboards are involved. »
Democratic political strategist and co-host of the new Fox News show The Five, Bob Beckel, spoke with Don Imus this morning and attempted to promote his new role. Yet he may have been a bit too blunt with his expectations, revealing that he doubts any of Glenn Beck's audience will stick around and watch his new show in the same time slot. »
- Matt Schneider
With the deadline for the debt ceiling fast approaching, many are beginning to point fingers regarding who is really to blame in case a deal isn't reached. Republican Senator John Cornyn yesterday suggested President Obama was "irresponsible" for allowing it to come to this, while today Democratic strategist and Fox News contributor Bob Beckel returned fire suggesting the Republicans are the real culprits. »
- Matt Schneider
It didn’t take Fox News long to replace Glenn Beck. Just hours before his last show yesterday, Fox News released a statement announcing that the 5 p.m. hour, which Beck built into a ratings juggernaut, will be the home of The Five. Beginning July 11, the roundtable show will feature a collection of rotating Fox personalities, including Greg Gutfeld, Juan Williams, Dana Perino, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Geraldo Rivera, Andrea Tantaros, Eric Bolling, Monica Crowley, Bob Beckel, and Kimberly Guilfoyle, as well as occasional guest celebrities and newsmakers.
“The Five brings together an eclectic group of Fox talent whose knowledge of »
- Jeff Labrecque
So, the polarizing pontiff of pabulum himself, Glenn Beck, signed off for the last time on his Fox show Thursday, but not before taking shots at Jon Stewart, Margaret Sanger, Acorn, CNN, and others. No need to worry though, you'll get two hours of Beck on his new Gbtv webcast, where, at five o'clock, he'll be competing against his old slot's replacement. That would be The Five, a talk show (starting July 11) featuring a rotating panel of guests like Red Eye's Greg Gutfeld, Juan Williams, Geraldo Rivera, Bob Beckel, Monica Crowley, and Kimberly Guilfoyle. To commemorate the end of Professor Beck's tenure at Fox, his old buddies at Media Matters assembled a going-away video, entitled "Requiem for a Rodeo Clown," that makes you wonder what the recovering-alcoholic Beck was like when he wasn't sober. More than anything, I see Beck [...] »
Thursday, June 30, at 5 p.m. Et, Glenn Beck introduced the final Fox News Channel broadcast of "The Glenn Beck Show," which premiered on Jan. 19, 2009.
Begun on the street outside Beck's current ground-floor studio in midtown Manhattan -- with burly security guards visible around the host -- the last hurrah was 42 minutes (not counting commercials) of remembrances and commentary, delivered straight to the camera in Beck's signature, highly personal style.
It was also live, which Beck remarked would seem very odd if he was indeed "fired" from his show.
No doubt there will be jubilation in many quarters, but most likely from folks who are not regular "Beck" viewers -- of which there are still nearly 2 million a day.
If those numbers had not represented a decline from the nearly three million a day the show once drew, it would still be considered very successful in a time slot when many »
Fox News will replace Glenn Beck for the summer with a rotating group of five ommenters on a new show called "The Five." The 5 p.m. show -- synchronicity! -- will feature such familiar Fox News personalities as Greg Gutfeld, Juan Williams, Dana Perino, Judge Andrew Napolitano, Geraldo Rivera, Andrea Tantaros, Eric Bolling, Monica Crowley, Bob Beckel and Kimberly Guilfoyle. Guests will include politicians, celebrities, sports stars and others in the news. The show will debut July 11. Beck's last show airs today. "The Five brings together an eclectic group of Fox talent whose »
- Tim Molloy
Fox News has announced summer plans for their Five Pm hour, soon to be left vacant by Glenn Beck's departure after today. The cable news network will feature a new replacement show through the summer that is explained as an ensemble news program called The Five. The show will feature a number of rotating Fox News personalities familiar to their audience including Juan Williams, Monica Crowley, Greg Gutfeld , Dana Perino and Bob Beckel (among others.) »
- Colby Hall
While many on the left and right consider the rapid downfall of Rep. Anthony Weiner as a cautionary tale about men in power, Bill O'Reilly tonight posited that the issue is far more of a media story, since, with Rep. Weiner's exit on the horizon, "the liberal propaganda machine is taking a huge hit." His two liberal guests, however, didn't seem to buy the argument that Rep. Weiner was an essential mouthpiece to the left, with Bob Beckel calling the idea "crazy." »
- Frances Martel
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