All eyes on ‘Fox & Friends’ to make ‘Fox News’ debut at CBS All Access’ in 2019
Fox Sports’ new ad for its “Fox &am; Friends” series of shows is a prime example of what will come next.
The network has launched the first four of a seven-episode season of “Fox News: All Access,” which will begin airing Sept. 21.
The ad starts with a shot of the iconic Fox News logo and the words “FOX &.
Friends” on the screen.
A narrator says “The news that matters: The FOX News Channel.
That’s Fox &.; Friends.”
Then the narrator says: “The Fox News Channel is all about news, but it’s also all about the people.”
The narrator continues to say “It’s the network you love, and that you want to see and hear.
So, watch it.”
Fox News is currently airing its annual primetime coverage of the NFL Playoffs on the network.
Fox News will continue to air the same coverage on the networks’ websites.
The show will also continue to be aired in Spanish, English and Portuguese on CBS All-Access, the streaming service of CBS.
“Fox Sports All Access” is the third major streaming service for “Fox and Friends,” following the launch of its app and Fox Sports Go, which is a streaming service that lets users watch live video of Fox and Friends programming.
Fox Sports All-access is currently available on Apple TV, Apple TV Mini, Roku, Xbox One and Windows.