FOX News Sunday is public affairs magazine program on FOX and began airing on April 1996. Later that year, FOX News programming launched its own 24 hour network and later a 24 hour business network leaving this the only remaining national news program to air on FOX broadcast stations. (FOX had previously attempted a national version of "Good Day" and also produced "Mike & Juliet"). FOX News Sunday is intended for Sunday morning programming but is rebroadcast on FOX News Channel. Chris Wallace is the host and never missed an episode because the show isn't taped live. He also co-hosts special presentions with Shepard Smith. Eventually John Roberts became a guest host. FOX News Sunday has aired in 720p HDTV since August 2008. At the end of the year, this program airs the credits for the production staff. There is also a Sunday Panel, which is a similar format to "Hannity & Colmes" where half of the panel is conservative and the other half of the panel are liberals. Some of these people in alphabetical order are Ceci Connelly, Nina Easton, Brit Hume, Charles Krauthammer, Bill Kristol, Mara Liasson, Kirsten Powers, Bill Sammon, and Juan Williams.
Chris Wallace moderates the political discussion show.
Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski; Sen. James Lankford (R-Okla.); Rep. Adam Schiff (D-Calif.); Tom Daly, Bugles Across America; political analyst Brit Hume; journalist Susan Page; columnist George Will; journalist Ron Fournier, Part 2 of 2.