Variety’s Wilshire & Washington reports:
- “The Fox Broadcasting Company will not air the Presidential Address to Congress on Wednesday, September 9 at 8:00 PM (ET). FOX’s sister networks, Fox News Channel and the Fox Business Network will air the presidential address in its entirety. FOX will alert viewers with an on-screen graphic at the top of the 8:00 PM (ET) hour that the presidential address is available on Fox News Channel and the Fox Business Network.”
Fox has spent heavily on the premiere of Glee, a new series from the creator of Nip/Tuck. They ran the pilot episode (which you can watch online at Fox) after the finale of American Idol and had long planned for an 9:00 PM launch on Wednesday. At 8:00 PM they’re airing the premire of So You Think You Can Dance.
Really this is good news all around. If you want to watch another speech about Obamacare there are plenty of channels (all the other major networks and cable news networks) to watch that on, but if you’re tired of that (and I’m guessing you are) you can catch the premiere of the an awesome new series. If you watched the pilot (and even if you didn’t) and need a little refresher, just catch the Don’t Stop Believin’ video below.
You can read all about the Obamacare 2.0 speech after it’s done. At 9:00 PM watching Glee is where you want to be…