News Anchors Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum to Co-Anchor “Democracy 2020: Super Tuesday” on Tuesday, March 3rd from 6PM-12AM/ET
FNC Will Be Live Around the Clock on Tuesday March 3rd and Wednesday March 4th
FOX News Channel (FNC) will present extensive live programming of the Super Tuesday presidential primaries originating from the network’s New York City headquarters which will be available on all of the network’s platforms, including FOX News Digital and FOX News Radio. Beginning on Monday, FNC’s programming throughout the day will include live coverage from the campaign trail and the latest reporting from FOX News contributors and analysts. On the day of the primaries, Baier and MacCallum will lead marathon live coverage surrounding the election results from 6PM–12AM/ET during Democracy 2020: Super Tuesday.
The co-anchors will also be joined by a rotating team of commentators and hosts including FOX News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace, The Five co-hosts Dana Perino and Juan Williams, as well as senior political analyst Brit Hume to break down the latest developments on election day. Anchors Bill Hemmer of Bill Hemmer Reports and FOX News @ Night’s Shannon Bream will deliver viewers continuous election insight with FOX News Voter Analysis. Throughout the evening, programming will feature special guest appearances from FOX News politics editor Chris Stirewalt, FOX Business anchor and global markets editor Maria Bartiromo, as well as FOX News contributors Donna Brazile, Karl Rove, Kristen Soltis Anderson, Ari Fleischer, Katie Pavlich, Jessica Tarlov, Byron York and Mollie Hemingway, each analyzing the impact of the critical primary races for the presidential candidates.
FNC correspondents Griff Jenkins, Peter Doocy and Jacqui Heinrich will provide viewers with live reports throughout the key states and updates across major campaign destinations as results come in. Also reporting across the country will be: Jonathan Serrie in Alabama, Leland Vittert in Arkansas, Jonathan Hunt in California, Alicia Acuna in Colorado, Molly Line in Massachusetts, Matt Finn in Minnesota, and Ellison Barber in North Carolina. Chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel and Casey Stegall will be reporting in Texas, while correspondents Mark Meredith and Kristin Fisher will be based in Virginia.
Following Baier and MacCallum, FNC will present a special two-hour live edition of FOX News @ Night anchored by Shannon Bream from 12AM-2AM/ET to recap the final results, immediately followed by extended early morning coverage during FOX & Friends First from 2AM-6AM/ET, hosted by Heather Childers (2AM-4AM/ET) and Jillian Mele & Rob Schmitt (4AM-6AM/ET), respectively.
Additionally, FNC anchor Trace Gallagher will offer FOX stations nationwide live updates from 8PM-12AM/ET from the FNC headquarters in New York City.
FNC’s Special Live Programming Originating from New York:
Tuesday, March 3rd
- Democracy 2020: Super Tuesday anchored by Bret Baier and Martha MacCallum, 6PM-12AM/ET
Wednesday, March 4th
- FOX News @ Night with Shannon Bream, 12-2AM/ET
- FOX & Friends First hosted by Heather Childers, 2AM-4AM/ET
- FOX & Friends First co-hosted by Jillian Mele & Rob Schmitt, 4AM-6AM/ET
FOXNews.com will also feature wall-to-wall coverage of Super Tuesday’s results. Leading up to the event, the site will feature the latest reporting and analysis from the campaign trail, as well as the best moments from FNC. The homepage will feature a live blog that will be continuously updated throughout the evening as the results roll in from each state, including breakout coverage and real-time reaction from around the nation. The site will feature a “results” bar graphic as the votes come in from each state, and the user can click on each state to see its “scorecard” or click through carousel-style to see each state’s tabulating results. Additionally, FOXNews.com will carry multiple livestreams from candidate headquarters across the country, providing viewers with the latest followed by reaction from experts, analysts and more.
FOX News Radio (FNR) will offer live national network coverage beginning at 7PM/ET anchored by FNR’s national correspondent Jared Halpern, with key insights provided by FNR’s political analyst Josh Kraushaar and FNR reporters around the country. FNR will also offer hourly Democracy 2020 updates on Amazon’s smart speaker. FOX News Podcasts will present special editions of their daily morning podcast the FOX News Rundown as well as new episodes of chief political and anchor of Special Report Bret Baier’s The Campaign and the I’ll Tell You What podcast hosted by The Daily Briefing’s Dana Perino and FNC politics editor Chris Stirewalt. In addition, the nationally syndicated Brian Kilmeade Show (9AM-12PM/ET), FOX Across America (12PM-3PM/ET) and Guy Benson Show (3PM-6PM/ET) will be providing live reaction and analysis the next day, while FOX News Headlines 24/7 will provide live updates every 15 minutes during coverage
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Update – This release has been updated to reflect that FNC will no longer air a special edition of “Democracy 2020: Super Tuesday” on Monday, March 2nd. Instead, FNC will host its first town hall with 2020 Democratic presidential candidate former Mayor Michael Bloomberg from 6:30-7:30PM/ET. Abbreviated versions of Special Report and The Story will run from 6-6:30PM/ET and 7:30-8PM/ET respectively.