- The Washington Times - Wednesday, May 20, 2020

The Fox News realm is expanding into a whole new world of content.

Fox Nation, the network’s on-demand subscription-based streaming service, will debut “adventure programming” next month — beginning with all 11 seasons of “Duck Dynasty,” the very successful, highly rated cable saga which followed Phil Robertson and his family.

“Subscribers will have access to the entire series run, which follows the life of the Robertson family, who came into the spotlight following the success of their family-owned business, Duck Commander,” the network said. “The series showcases the family as they conquer new milestones and embrace life in the South.”

Seasons 1-6 begin on June 1, seasons 7-11 fire up on June 15.

In addition, Fox Nation also will release a brand new outdoor lifestyle series hosted by network contributor and retired U.S. Marine Staff Sgt. Johnny “Joey” Jones. The wounded warrior came on board with the network almost a year ago, providing political and military analysis for Fox News. His role has now expanded considerably.



“Debuting on June 8th, the new program entitled ‘Fox Nation Outdoors’, will feature Jones as he embarks on a two-day hunting trip with a notable guest each episode,” the network said. “The six-part series will feature musician Ted Nugent, retired four-star Marine General Walter Boomer, actor and UFC star Randy Couture, country music star Granger Smith and NASCAR’s Kurt Busch and Richard Childress.”

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