Charles Wiliams Cain, aka Will Cain, is undoubtedly a popular conservative political commentator, columnist and TV personality.
Over the years, he has become a household name by hosting shows across national TV channels including ESPN, CNN and Fox News.
What has Cain been up to recently?
Will is currently working at Fox News. The popular and multi-talented co-host of the Fox and Friends Weekend show on Fox News channel joined the news channel in 2020 after leaving ESPN.
It’s also noteworthy that he briefly worked at CNN before moving to Fox News.
The reason for his short stint at CNN is not clear as the 48 year-old has not commented on it.
He hosts the show alongside the bubbly Rachel Campos and gentleman Pete Hegseth every Saturday and Sunday between 6AM and 10AM.
On Sundays, the show attracts massive viewership among cable network TV viewers averaging over a million viewers.
Will Cain to Pinch-Hit in Tucker Carlson’s Primetime Slot
According to The Wrap , Will is set to substitute Tucker Carlson’s slot in the primetime show at 8PM on Fox News.
He will be the fourth sub to Tucker having been preceded by Brian Kilmeade, Jones Lawrence and Keyleigh McEnany.
This comes in the wake of increased efforts by Fox News to find a permanent replacement for Tucker.
Will’s pinch-hit in the prime slot effectively puts him in a perfect position to permanently host the show.
The opportunity could elevate the show’s viewership and enhance the popularity of the show across America.
Tucker was kicked out of the position in April 2023 in the aftermath of Fox New’s legal battle with Dominion Voting Systems.
It will be interesting to see if Will manages to maintain the level of viewership that Tucker had achieved before he left.
Going by his past performance in the shows that he hosted, we can confidently say he will do wonders.