NASHVILLE, TN – Nearly two years after stepping away from his Fox News show to make a presidential run, former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee is back on weekly television.
The “Huckabee” show made it’s debut on the Trinity Broadcasting Network, from new studios outside of Nashville, Tennessee. The show features political newsmaker interviews, conservative celebrities, and music. Huckabee, an avid bass guitar player, said in the first episode that he would likely sit in with the musical acts from time to time.
His first interview was a one-on-one with President Donald Trump, who talked about a number of issues including the United States’ relationship with Isreal. Other guests included Chuck Negron, former lead singer of 1970’s supergroup Three Dog Night.
Since exiting the Governor’s Mansion in 2007, Huckabee has had several broadcasting related forays, including his Fox Show, a syndicated radio show, and participating in the purchase of eight radio stations in Pine Bluff and Tyler, Texas. The Hope native began his professional career in radio as a teenager, at his hometown station KXAR.
“Huckabee” will air every week at 6:00 PM on the Trinity Broadcasting Network.