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Fox News has announced the addition of radio host Jimmy Failla to its weekend lineup, with his show “Fox News Saturday Night” set to premiere on January 13.

The show aims to provide comedic commentary on cultural, political, and lifestyle topics.

In 2023, Fox News maintained its position as the most popular cable news network, while MSNBC experienced year-over-year growth and CNN struggled with declining ratings. (Trending: Pro Sport Announces Shock Decision On Transgender Athletes)

“THRILLED to announce this former cabbie has been named The HOST of ‘Fox News Saturday Night w/ Jimmy Failla.’ HUGE thanks to Fox leadership for believing in a small town gal like me. Group hug w/ everyone who forgives my Tweets from the bar later. We are going OUT TONIGHT girl!” wrote Failla.

Failla wrote in his statement, “FOX News Saturday Night is a show for everyone who realizes that our country doesn’t need more Republicans or more Democrats; it needs more comedy.”

The cable industry as a whole has seen a decline in households with access to major news networks.

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