FOX Nation, the subscription-based streaming service offered by FOX News, is releasing a new limited series about the career of late talk radio legend Rush Limbaugh who passed away last month at the age of 70 from complications of advanced lung cancer.
The series will be narrated by former Vice President Mike Pence who spent time as a conservative talk radio host himself.
The series entitled The Age of Rush will be available Wednesday, March 10th.
The program will chronicle Rush Limbaugh’s journey beginning with his childhood in Cape Girardeau, MO to his ascendance as the most influential talk radio host in the history of broadcast media.
The four-part series will feature guests including Fox News stars Sean Hannity, Brian Kilmeade, and Bill Hemmer. The show will also include former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, radio hosts Mark Levin and Mark Steyn, and Rush’s longtime producer James Golden (aka Bo Snerdley).
Here is the episodic description according to FOX News:
Act One: The Spoken Word
A college drop-out, local disc-jockey Rush Limbaugh gets his big break when he lands his own radio show. Little does he, or anyone else for that matter, know that Limbaugh was poised to take radio by storm, changing the industry and American politics forever.
Act Two: Revolution
In 1994, as Limbaugh’s daily radio show reaches a listening audience of unprecedented size, he takes on the new role of field general for the “Republican Revolution.”
Act Three: Rise of the New Right
As Limbaugh battles struggles both personal and professional, a new breed of the Republican Party emerges after President Obama takes office
Act Four: A Blessed Life
After 30 years on air, “The Rush Limbaugh Show” continues to dominate the airwaves, until an unexpected announcement from its host shocks the world.
Those interested in the series can find the FOX Nation app on Apple Android, Amazon Fire TV, and Roku devices or through their cable providers such as Comcast Xfinity or Cox Contour.