10. The O'Reilly Factor
Monday-Friday 8 PM
While O'Reilly may be the most watched television news host, he and his show have a very old style that doesn't interest me as much as other programs. I don't particularly care to read along to Bill O'Reilly's teleprompter during his "Talking Points" segment. Additionally, I don't care about O'Reilly's e-mail or his word of the day. If you take all this out, you still get a decent show of what is left. However, his snarky, often narcissistic, and condescending tone to certain guests really makes me want to change the channel, even though he is a good reporter.
Monday-Friday 12 PM
Just entering the Fox News lineup this year, Outnumbered has exceeded my expectations. Featuring almost every prominent female figure at Fox News, Harris Faulkner, Andrea Tantaros, Kimberly Guilfoyle, Katie Pavlich, Sandra Smith, Kennedy, and many others, the show is a round coach in which "one lucky guy" is outnumbered by four women. While the show has done well, it's still trying to find itself. Some segments are just outright stupid, and others are psychology studies, which back up what people believe. With that being said, the show has real potential.
8. Your World with Neil Cavuto
Monday-Friday 4 PM
How can you not love the Fox's economic guru Neil Cavuto? When you watch, you know you'll be in for your daily dosage of economics. With that being said, some of the subject matter could go over the audience's head. At other times, the show can come off as slightly dull. As a whole however, this is one of Fox's most informative shows that people should be watching if they want to learn something. You will not walk away without learning helpful economic information that will affect us all.
7. Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld
Monday-Friday 3 AM, Saturday 11 PM
If you are ever up at 3 AM, or you catch it at an earlier time on the weekend (like 1 AM), Red Eye may become one of your favorite shows on Fox News. It is an acquired taste though. People who would most like Red Eye are usually (a) sarcastic, (b) cynical, or (c) drunk. It's a different way to take in your news, with biting comedy. You certainly won't feel force-fed the news when watching, and if you enjoy the jokes, you won't even realize you're learning anything.
6. Shepard Smith Reporting
Monday-Friday 3 PM
There is a reason Shepard Smith covers all breaking news. He is simply the best natural reporter at Fox News. If you are looking for a reporter to bring you straight facts, this is your show. Smith has only one drawback at times: he can come off stiff because he doesn't really show his personality. Therefore, if you're looking to be entertained, this isn't your news show. However, if you're looking to get the most news for your scarce amount of time, Shepard Smith Reporting is your show.
Monday-Friday 10 PM
If you are a true dark red, Bible loving, flag flying, stereotypical conservative, Hannity is going to be your show. You're going to love the guests: Rand Paul, Ted Cruz, Ann Coulter, Michelle Malkin, Mark Levin, etc. You're going to love the subject matter, and you're going to love Sean Hannity attacking his liberal guests when they don't give straight answers. My personal favorite are the shows with the live studio audiences. There's sure to be controversy, but that's what makes the show so great.
4. Justice with Judge Jeanine
Saturday 9 PM
Ask any person who watches Justice what their favorite part of the show is, and you will always get the same answer: her opening statements. They are bold, partisan, and emotional. But most importantly, they so perfectly summarize what almost every Republican is thinking in just a few perfectly phrased minutes. There is a reason her opening statements are all over the internet the following day. Just witness for yourself.
Thursday 9 PM on Fox Business Network, Varying on Fox News (Usually Saturday and Sunday)
If you love libertarianism, or you just really want to be left alone by the government, Stossel is the show for you. What sets Stossel apart from other Fox News shows is that the show takes on a different subject every week and analyzes that topic in detail so that you may be able to make a more informed decision after hearing arguments from both sides. One week will be gun control; another week will be taxation, and another week will be drug laws. Whereas John Stossel clearly informs you where he stands on the position, he does not distort the argument from the other side. Instead, he stems from the opinion that if people are presented the true information, they will arrive at the correct conclusion.
2. The Kelly File
Monday-Friday 9 PM
In the prime-time lineup, The Kelly File is the hardest hitting of them all. All guests should beware. Megyn Kelly is tough on all. She knows how to ask the important questions people want answered, and she knows how to get results. Not taking no for an answer, no liberal or conservative will be allowed to tiptoe around an answer. She doesn't care if it takes all your interview time in order to get to the bottom of one question. If it is the question Americans want answered, nobody is getting a free pass. The outstanding journalism, as well as Kelly's personality, make this show the best any one host could do on her own.
1. The Five
Monday-Friday 5 PM