Fox News Announces Sudden Change To Programming On July 4th

( As the Fourth of July approaches, Fox News’ franchise Proud American will make a return, marking a series of changes to their programming that will celebrate the holiday with other patriotic Americans.

The segments will be hosted live from major cities across the country like Boston, Washington, D.C., New York City and Los Angeles. The action will all be documented on social media with the hashtag #ProudAmerican.

Fox News reported that segments will include celebrations of America and American values, beginning with “FOX & Friends Weekend,” which will air on Saturday and Sunday from the United States Military Academy at West Point. Both cadets and attendees will participate in the programming and have a chance to share with the audience what they think it means to be an American.

Then the military academy will take a special on Sunday highlighting the values that it instills in service members, alongside Fox’s interviews with Medal of Honor recipients and other West Point personnel and family.

The Fourth of July, landing on Monday, will feature a special from “Outnumbered” co-host and former White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, along with other programs commemorating the holiday and reportedly “spotlighting stories of patriotism and triumph from across the country.”

Fox will air musical performances from Lee Greenwood, Chris Janson and Kameron Marlowe and live fireworks from Washington, D.C. Throughout the weekend Fox host Abby Hornacek will be live at Boston Harborfest “where the city is marking the 246th Independence Day celebration and highlighting the city’s maritime and revolutionary history.”

For those who prefer audio, Fox will be airing special and original coverage of “FOX Across America’s July 4th Radio BBQ Bash,” “The FOX News Rundown’s Democracy 2022: The Battle for the Majority” and “Warrior Ranch: A FOX News Audio Special.”

Sounds like it’s going to be quite a holiday.