Fox News will not be airing the January Thursday edition. 6 Live listening

All-in-one cable news and prime time network coverage on Thursdays in January. There will be a notable gap again in Committee 6 hearings: Fox News.

Fox will not hold live hearings, instead reserving top-rated hours for its regular programming line-up of Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity and Laura Ingram. Its sister network, Fox Business, will begin live hearings starting at 8 p.m., the company said in a statement.

Viewers of Fox News, the nation’s most popular cable news network, will likely have to wait until midnight for any lengthy discussion of the evening’s events. Host Shannon Bream will dedicate her nightly show of the time to this topic.

another committee prime time hearing last month also did not air live on Fox News. The network then also aired its regular line-up during prime time. mr. Carlson explained to his audience, as he had many times before, that he was not going to condone the committee’s “lies”. mr. Hannity dismissed the hearing as a “sham”.

Fox News aired the hearings, which took place during the day, with millions fewer viewers watching them. But those days were hardly great for the network. He was eclipsed by the ratings of CNN and MSNBC, which rarely happens.