(RoyalPatriot.com )- In keeping with its desire to emulate popular Fox News roundtable programs like The Five and Outnumbered, Fox Business announced Monday that the network would launch two new programs, including a new roundtable series that will feature Bloomberg TV’s Taylor Riggs.
Riggs, who formerly worked for Bloomberg TV as an editor, reporter, and anchor, will co-host The Big Money Show with Brian Brenberg and Jackie DeAngelis. The program will premiere on January 23, 2023, the same day as The Bottom Line, featuring former congressman Sean Duffy and Fox Business anchor Dagen McDowell (R-WI). In 2020, Duffy also became a contributor to Fox News.
In a press release about the upcoming shows, Fox Business President Lauren Petterson stated that as the go-to source for business news in America, FOX Business is thrilled to introduce new programming focused on the significant financial issues affecting households all over the nation. Along with Brian, Jackie, Dagen, and Sean, Taylor Riggs will add a fresh perspective to our impressive programming lineup, and they are “thrilled to have her as a member of the FOX Business family.”
In October, Petterson stated that the network was considering modeling its roundtable format after Fox News programs like Outnumbered and The Five, which had been the most popular cable news program for eight consecutive months.
Petterson said they want to try and replicate that format on the Fox Business Network, but “adding in a heavy dose of business news.”
With programs like Outnumbered and The Five, they have enjoyed tremendous success on Fox News. The Big Money Show will air weekly at 1 p.m. ET, and The Bottom Line will air at 6 p.m. ET. “We want to try and replicate that format on the Fox Business Network while heavily incorporating business news,” she said.
According to Fox’s announcement, The Big Money Show will emphasize “breaking financial news and analysis, capitalizing on the extensive backgrounds in economics, markets, and policy of Brenberg, DeAngelis, and Riggs.”