Fox Nation, the subscription streaming video service targeting conservatives, will roll out a new slate of adventure programming in June, including former A&E reality program “Duck Dynasty,” a new series hosted by Fox News Channel contributor Johnny Joey Jones, and the season premiere of Brian Kilmeade’s historical show “What Made America Great.”
“Duck Dynasty,” which aired on A&E from 2012 to 2017, follows the life of the Robertson family, who came into national attention following the success of their Louisiana-based duck calling, decoy manufacturing business, Duck Commanders. The series showcases the Robertson as they embrace southern culture — good and bad.
Seasons one through six launch June 1 and seasons seven through 11 launch June 15.
Since joining the Fox Network in July 2019, retired Staff Sergeant Jones has provided political and military analysis across all Fox News Media platforms. Debuting June 8, Fox Nation Outdoors features Jones embarking on a weekly two-day hunting trip with a guest star each episode. 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 drivers Kurt Busch and Richard Childress.
Rounding out the month, Fox Nation will release season five of Brian Kilmeade’s signature series, “What Made America Great,” June 29. The program features “Fox & Friends” co-host Brian Kilmeade as he travels across the country with special guests and experts in the field to reveal the hidden history and ongoing controversies behind some of America’s most iconic locations.
In season five, Kilmeade will spotlight the women’s suffrage movement as America celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment and the Sam Houston Memorial Museum in Huntsville, Texas, among other events.
Fox Nation, which has upwards of 250,000 subs since bowing in 2018, throughout June is offering a 25% off all $64.95 yearly subscriptions, accessible with the promotion code SAVE25.