Hannity & Colmes

1996, TV Show


Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity to Sign New Deals With Fox News

Bill O'Reilly, Sean Hannity

Bill O'Reilly and Sean Hannity will continue their dominance at Fox News Channel.

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VIDEO: Does Sesame Street Have a Liberal Bias?

Big Bird and Elmo

According to this panel on a recent Hannity on Fox News Channel, Sesame Street tacks hard to the left. ...
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Alan Colmes Leaving Fox's Hannity & Colmes

Alan Colmes

The Fox network announced that Alan Colmes, the liberal half of its news channel's popular Hannity & Colmes will leave the show at the end of the year.

Colmes is ready to move on from the popular show in order to "develop new and challenging ways to contribute to the growth of the network," Variety reports.

Colmes' co-host Sean Hannity was magnanimous about his partner's exit saying... read more

Hannity Uncensored The Fox News anchor defends Stern, King and Bush

Sean Hannity

Most point-a-finger-in-your-face cable-news hosts wouldn't bother defending a competitor. But after CNN's Larry King took a beating in the press recently for seeming old and out of it, Fox News' Sean Hannity stood up for him on Hannity & Colmes. The conservative Hannity also seems to have a soft spot for Howard Stern (he got the first interview with the shock jock after CBS filed its lawsuit against him) and is no fan of the fine-happy FCC. So the Biz thought it might be an interesting time to check in with Hannity, who cohosts the No. 2-rated show in cable news, and see what's on his mind. TVGuide.com: So what made you feel compelled to support Larry King?Sean Hannity: It was sincere. He was under fire for just about everything — his health, he's frail, he's not doing well. You know what? For better or worse, he still has the consistently highest-rated show on that network. When I saw these attacks and I saw there was no respons read more

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Premiered: October 01, 1996, on FOX News Channel
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Premise: The conservative and liberal commentators discuss and debate the day's major stories with guests. The show has been a part of Fox News Channel since the cable network was launched in October 1996.


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