You mean subtitles? Perhaps, but I tend to doubt it. Then again, I do not choose to pay extra to get that rancid channel on my digital cable.
I was being sarcastic as I think the FCC regs only apply to programs produced in English and Spanish, but no, not subtitles - closed captioning is available on tvs made in last 10 years give or take. You have to change your settings - it's for those with hearing problems - Rush mentions it often as that's what he has to use.
It's like a transcript that scrolls along - pretty close to the original - you can leave your sound turned up and compare them.
They charge extra for AJ? I bet that's a major money maker!