Early Evening Coverage to Begin at 8PM/ET with Co-Hosts Ed Henry and FNC Contributor Lisa Boothe Joined by Dean Cain
FOX News Channel (FNC) will present special live New Year’s Eve programming on Sunday, December 31st, 2017 from 8PM – 1AM/ET. Main coverage of the event, “All-American New Year” will be co-hosted by FOX News/FOX Business personalities Lisa “Kennedy” Montgomery and Jesse Watters beginning at 10PM/ET live from Times Square in New York City.
Earlier in the evening, FNC’s Ed Henry alongside FNC contributor Lisa Boothe and actor Dean Cain will kick off the festivities with a two-hour special entitled, “Countdown to 2018” at 8PM/ET. Also participating in the coverage will be FNC contributors Kat Timpf and Richard Fowler live from the crowd in Times Square and correspondent Bryan Llenas reporting on security. Additionally, FNC correspondent Griff Jenkins will be live from the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville, Tennessee and FOX News Headlines 24/7 reporter Carley Shimkus will be live from the W South Beach’s WET Pool in Miami, Florida to help ring in 2018. FNC will also be presenting live musical acts, including performances by pop singer Andy Grammer and country music star Lauren Alaina.
FNC’s Virtual Reality team, working with Mandt Media, will also deploy 360-degree cameras in Times Square for an immersive New Year’s Eve experience hosted by Lisa Boothe and sponsored by Hillsdale College. Viewers will be encouraged to share their New Year’s resolutions on social media by using the hashtag #foxnews2018 throughout the night’s programming.
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