Skip to comments.Trump supporters Diamond & Silk awarded program on new Fox News streaming service
Posted on 11/29/2018 5:19:42 PM PST by Freedom'sWorthIt
Lynnette Hardaway and Rochelle Richardson, the two sisters known as Diamond & Silk who have become public figures through their viral videos in support of President Trump, have been awarded their own weekly program on Fox Nation.
The new show will be offered on Fox Nation, the on-demand, subscription-based service that Fox is launching Tuesday. It is being offered for $5.99 per month
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We cannot wait to join the best Nation...FOX Nation! Diamond & Silk said in a joint statement. We have so much to share with all of you on this exclusive platform and cant wait to get started.
The weekly offering will include five minutes of commentary focused on events of the day and casual discourse, according to the network.
My one comment: Congratulations Diamond and Silk.
Good news, but this really should have happend A YEAR AGO.
congrats diamond and silk!
Would have been nice.....
Will any Freeper be signing up for Fox Nation?
Really happy for them, I love watching them.
I hope Fox Nation does well.
Have to investigate it further. For $5.99 per month, might be worth it.....especially to be able to hear from D&S’s commentary.
I wonder the same thing — will FReepers join. I haven’t at least yet. I really don’t need the extra side interests.
At one of the early rallies Diamond and Silk were standing next to Trump and they had just given a speech that was enthusiastically accepted. Trump leaned over and said “I hope you can monetize this”.
They did! I’m proud of them. MAGA!
Ugh....I hate having to pay for a subscription.
I didn’t sign up for Sarah Palin’s subscription, nor have I signed up for Levin’s channel...CRTV.....
I haven’t signed up for subscription service yet either. I have to think long and hard about this option.
Yes, am so proud of them. They deserve to be able to “monetize” their work!
Good for them, now if only I watched TV....
I have no TV as I decided to chuck it almost 20 years ago. Everything I watch is streamed on available on U Tube [highly recommended and FREE] ...
I will consider Fox Nation.
Not sure if you’re referencing a physical TV or not .... I watch all of my streaming services on my computer or iPad.
I decided to throw out the TV forever almost 20 years ago.
I don’t like to pay extra and I’m already news’d-out.
I think Fox is now offering a “free lookie-see” but I haven’t checked it out.
Fox was touting the new stream as having more “opinion” which is the very last thing I want! Furthermore, I’d hate to pay for the service only to find Marie Harf, Juan Williams, Geraldo and others I find reprehensible and nauseating. I’ve already noticed that Greg Gutfield’s regulars are some of the stream’s “new stars.” No thanks.
They will have the show until they piss off some liberal that has secreted themselves into the upper levels of Fox then they will be GONE!
I predict OANN will pick them up for a morning show at that point.
They deserve better than to be put behind a paywall on the fox plantation.
You have more gumption than I do (to throw out the TV).
But as you said, youtube is good for most of what I watch now days except I do still watch some on Fox at night and Judge Jeanine on Saturdays....and Levin on Sundays.
I wonder if this new Fox Nation means the non-paying public will not be able to see/hear from Hannity or Jeanine on regularly scheduled “shows” that now air on Fox news.
I would love to see OANN do that but I can’t get OANN so I would miss them.
I still am not sold on doing this Fox Nation thing.
Do not watch TV or movies, dead time to me, and I waste enough as it is. I can get entertainment in numerous ways, watching a movie or anything on a TV or streaming service is the same thing—dead time.
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