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Huckabee departs Fox for religious network

Posted By on Thu, May 25, 2017 at 12:39 PM


Mike Huckabee
is departing Fox for Trinity Broadcasting Network (CBN reports), where he'll have an hour-long weekly talk show filmed in Nashville. TBN describes itself as the world's largest Christian network.

Godspeed.

One question: Does TBN allow potty jokes?

Presumably, we'll still get some bass playing and Huck will continue his guided tours to the Holy Land. That's him playing "Sweet Home Alabama" in Jerusalem just the other day.

PS: The Tennessean says Huck will film in a new studio on Lower Broadway, along the city's honky-tonk strip. He says he feels more attuned to Nashville values than New York and sought to have the show produced there.



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