For more than six years, former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee hosted his weekly Huckabee program on FOX News Channel, airing typically on Saturday evenings with a rebroadcast on Sunday evenings.  His “genial” style was decidedly less inflammatory than others in the FNC lineup, which made him extremely popular with Middle America. The show also drew a wide range of political guests.  Huckabee stepped down from the show in early 2015 in order to explore his

eventual 2016 Republican presidential bid. He has since returned to FNC as a guest commentator and analyst, sparking hopes among many that he might bring Huckabee back to the cable network.  According to the Trinity Broadcasting Network, the world’s largest religious television network, Huckabee will be joining its network in the fall as a one-hour program—it doesn’t specify if it will be daily or weekly—”focusing on news, issues, entertainment and faith.” A new report by the trade publication Variety provides a little more detail: READ MORE