Fox News' streaming service for super fans launched Tuesday, featuring subscriber-exclusive content like Gregg Jarrett's The Russia Hoax and Brian Kilmeade's What Made America Great (any resemblance to President Trump's slogan, Kilmeade claimed to The New York Times, is entirely coincidental). Running $5.99 per month, "Fox Nation" is pretty much exactly what you would expect: Fox News, but somehow even Fox Newsier.
In case there is any doubt, all it takes is a toggle to the service's "shows" tab, where subscribers can browse episodes of the documentary series Scandalous (topics include "Chappaquiddick" and "Abscam") or one of Fox Nation's four thematic categories: "Patriotic," "History," "Politics," or "Military."
Under the "Patriotic" tab, users can find content like One Nation Under God, which "uncover[s] a long-forgotten story of religion in America." "History" features documentaries such as Andrew Jackson: Hero Under Fire and Three Days in January, a 2017 special program by Bret Baier about the transfer of power from Dwight Eisenhower to John F. Kennedy. "Politics" includes — what else? — The Tangled Clinton Web, while "Military" features 13 Hours in Benghazi. Yes, really.
Fox Nation doesn't limit its offerings to those four categories, only its organization. For anyone not interested in William F. Buckley: Right From the Start or The Clarence Thomas Story, there is always Cooking With Steve Doocy. Jeva Lange