FOX News has announced a new one-hour daytime show titled Outnumbered.
The program will feature four women and one man on a panel, discussing some of the biggest headlines from around the world for the day. Senior Vice President of News, Jay Wallace released a statement earlier this morning describing the show: “Outnumbered combines a distinctive group of FOX talent with unique experiences and insights that will make for compelling news programming.”
The show will air every weekday for one hour during the daytime line-up. Each day, the panelists will have a list of some of the most talked about issues of today. They’ll all examine the top news of the hour and provide their perspective and angle on the topic.
The network believes the show will give viewers a unique perspective of today’s headlines by featuring mostly women, with only one man’s perspective. The male panelists will vary each day while the female panelists will include some of FOX News’ top female talent of today, including: FOX Report Weekend anchor Harris Faulkner, FOX Business Network’s Sandra Smith, co-hosts of The Five Kimberly Guilfoyle and Andrea Tantaros, and others top talents Jedediah Bila, Katie Pavlich, and Kirsten Powers.
Outnumbered will premiere Monday, April 28 at 12 PM/EST