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With the recent news from Glenn Beck that his doctor is telling him he could lose his eyesight in the next year coupled with his falling ratings and the continued boycott of many advertisers (His show has run without ads for months in the UK, instead they air

for the entire break), it's not too unlikely that his show could be canceled sometime in the next year.

 

My question is, what/who could they replace him with?

 

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They Could Be bringing Back John Gibson and the big story, Or move Fox report up 2 Hours to the same timeslot, heck they can expand Your world with neil cavoto to 2 hours.

 

Then again There's Freedom Watch w/ Andrew napolitano

 

There's a lot of choices fox news can make here

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I think there is a snowball's chance in Hell that Glenn Beck's show gets canceled.

 

[i initially wrote a lot more than this, but it all sounded too angry, so I'm just going to leave it at that.]

 

:rolleyes:

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I'm sure he'll keep doing the show as long as he's able to do.

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I hope he doesn't. I'm a fan.

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Or like the one in my avatar?

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I hope he doesn't. I'm a fan.

 

Gotta stick together, as I'm pretty sure there aren't too many Glenn Beck fans here.

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