NEW YORK, N.Y. --- Fox News has been on the hunt for new programming following the departure of its most famous anchor, Bill O'Reilly.
Although Fox host Tucker Carlson will be taking O'Reilly's spot, the cable network decided to take a risk on something "very, very different" to fill out its newly-shuffled nightly line-up.
Expressing a willingness to "experiment radically," a Fox News statement said the Three Angels Broadcasting Network (3ABN) would be given a late night Fox slot for its "unique blend of spoken word, song and vegetarian cooking performances."
Citing a need to constantly reinvent, the Fox statement said that 3ABN's Adventist programming was "about as peculiar as they come."
"At least our fans share the same age and political leanings," concluded the Fox News statement.