On Monday, former Fox News host Tucker Carlson, who has gained increasing popularity with his show 'Tucker on X,' officially launched the next chapter of his career with the Tucker Carlson Network. Carlson's new media network is expected to provide a plethora of new content, including interviews, analysis, documentaries, and more, for those seeking Carlson's perspective on the events of the day.
The launch of Carlson's network comes nearly eight months after he was ousted from his job at Fox News. In the interim, the conservative personality has garnered hundreds of millions of views on X/Twitter after launching his new show and interviewing a variety of characters, from online influencer Andrew Tate to 45th President Donald Trump to Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban.
Carlson initially announced the creation of the new network in a video he posted to X/Twitter on Saturday, telling his loyal audience, "Hey, it's Tucker Carlson! We've been out of work for seven to eight months now. Hard to know. Time flies when you are unemployed, but actually, we have been working in secret, and we've been producing an awful lot of material for months now, interviews, etc. And all of it has now found its way to TuckerCarlson.com. We are launching a brand new thing very soon, and we would love for you to see it."
The leading conservative pundit explained that the creation of the new network was in order to preserve the truth and fight back against repressive control. "News coverage in the West has become a tool of repression and control. Reporters no longer reveal essential information to the public; they work to hide it. Journalists act as censors on behalf of entrenched power. They have contempt for the public. They hate the truth. Democracy can't function in a society like this. Voters can't know what they're voting for. People do understand they're being manipulated, and they resent it. The population becomes angry and paranoid. Things fall apart. There's only one solution to a propaganda spiral like the one we're living through, and it's telling the truth about the things that matter — clearly and without fear. That's our job. We plan to do it every day, no matter what."
Carlson is launching the venture alongside longtime producer Justin Wells, who has followed Carlson since his ouster from Fox. "Tucker has maintained an important connection with the audience on X. We look forward to continuing that relationship but also providing people with even more video content through Tucker Carlson Network," Wells said in a press release.
The network will include eight new projects from Carlson, including 'The Tucker Carlson Encounter,' 'Tucker Carlson Uncensored,' 'The Tucker Carlson Interview,' 'TC Shorts,' 'Ask Tucker,' 'After The Tucker Carlson Interview,' 'The Sworn Enemy Tour,' and 'Tucker Carlson Films.' You can subscribe to Tucker's new media site for $9 a month or $72 a year.
You can visit Carlson's new network here.
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