There is constitutional conservative Mark Levin’s near-daily syndicated three-hour radio show; his 200, about-an-hour, web broadcasts on CRTV (Conservative Review TV), and now an upcoming one-hour Fox show on cable.
Considering that the message is about the same conservative principles, the contents of his numerous books, and his rather non-contentious interviews with like-minded guests, will this be as hard-hitting as the over-hyped, under-delivered CRTV Phil Robertson show which appears to be Duck Commander vignettes with Robertson extolling the bible while demonstrating how to pluck a duck, make rice, and whip-up some pralines.
While I have watched every episode of Levin’s CRTV venture, it is rarely compelling enough to make me turn to watch the screen clips or “read-along” text boxes, leaving the program to play in the background.
From Mark’s website …
On Tuesday’s Mark Levin show, Life, Liberty, and Levin has a February 2018 start date on the Fox News channel hosted by Mark Levin. The hour-long program will feature in-depth and long-form interviews and powerful debate style with consequential guests covering history, philosophy, and economics. <Source: November 21, 2017 | MARK-CM>
The program, Life, Liberty and Levin slotted as a weekend primetime program that will air Sunday nights at 10 p.m. Fox, of course, is hoping to turn Levin’s millions of dedicated fans into Fox audience demographics – skewing older than the prime demographic if his radio fans are any indication of his future audience.
Ho-hum, that sounds like a more disciplined version of Levin’s CRTV offering from his existing CRTV studio. Levin has stated that these will be one-on-one interviews with "consequential people." And, my personal plus is that I can TiVo the episode, unlike the CRTV shows which can be downloaded via a number of platforms with the exception of TiVo.
Bottom line …
Look for Levin to modulate his monotone with yelling. Could this be an audition for a prime-time gig during the week? Perhaps he is Fox News’ antidote to blonde?
"The object in life is not to be on the side of the majority, but to escape finding oneself in the ranks of the insane." -- Marcus Aurelius