Tomi Lahren’s ‘Final Thoughts’ Moves to Fox Nation

Segment will air on OTT service beginning Q4

Last Updated: September 5, 2018 @ 8:14 AM

Tomi Lahren’s “Final Thoughts” segment will be moving to Fox News’ OTT service, Fox Nation, the network announced on Wednesday.

The segment, which will have additional content, will be part of a series of new programming for the digital streaming service, which will be subscription-based.

The last free “Final Thoughts” will be shown on foxnews.com on Wednesday and will debut again upon the launch of Fox Nation in the fourth quarter.

“Tomi Lahren’s ‘Final Thoughts’ segment has become an online staple for FOX News. Expanding this popular segment with additional content and transitioning it to the FOX Nation platform will enable FNC’s loyal fans to have exclusive access to her passionate commentary,” John Finley, senior vice president of development and production for Fox News said in a statement.

“I am thrilled to be a part of FOX Nation, where I can share my take on hot-button issues with the most dedicated viewers in America. I am ready to get started and can’t wait for FOX News fans to join us on this new platform,” Lahren added.

Lahren’s “Final Thoughts,” followed by “First Thoughts” the next morning, will be presented daily and exclusively only on Fox Nation at 5 p.m./ET and 9:30 a.m./ET respectively. Both episodes will offer her perspective on the top issues driving the daily news cycle and will focus on one specific topic, with Lahren providing her unique take on everything from politics to pop culture.

Joining the network as a contributor in August 2017, Lahren has been a conservative commentator on both “Fox & Friends” and “Hannity.”

Lahren has long been a subject of ire for liberals, most recently Kathy Griffin, who on Tuesday told the host to “go f— herself” after tweeting that Lahren’s “network told me my career was over and that I was irrelevant.” Lahren responded to Griffin on Twitter, saying “Thought maybe you’d like to defend and discuss your Trump Derangement Syndrome on the most-watched cable news network. Guess not! Have a nice day.”

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