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Former Gov. Huckabee Says New Daytime Show Promises No ‘Gloom and Doom’ During Test Run

Jul 26, 2010  •  Post A Comment

 Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee says his new "The Huckabee Show" will be lighter than his weekly series on the Fox News Channel, describing it as "not a gloom and doom show," reports the New York Daily News

Huckabee will be trying out his approach in a six-week test on several Fox-owned stations, including WNYW-TV in New York, the story says. The daytime show will have a house band and include performances, but it won’t skip over political issues, with one of the episodes including a discussion about reinstating the draft, the piece says.

"The pace is a little different, there’s a lot of energy in the show," Huckabee says. ""I probably won’t hit anyone. I’m pretty sure of that. I have to be who I am. I can’t throw chairs. I’m not going to do a show on my mother slept with my stepson. That’s just not who I am. If it doesn’t work, it doesn’t work."

6 Comments

  1. Oh goody! It’ll be just as boring as his old show.

  2. Oh goody! It’ll be just as boring as his old show.

  3. Oh goody! It’ll be just as boring as his old show.

  4. Oh goody! It’ll be just as boring as his old show.

  5. Oh goody! It’ll be just as boring as his old show.

  6. Amazing freakin blog here. I almost cried while reading it!

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