Fox News reported Friday that the third season of “The Good Show” will premiere in the United States on Monday, January 21st at 8pm ET.
The network did not reveal the premiere date or the title of the new season, but said it would be “a great show for our viewers.”
The announcement comes after Fox News aired an episode of “Fox & Friends” on Tuesday.
In the episode, which aired before the announcement, host Chris Wallace noted that “a lot of people are upset about Donald Trump’s presidency.”
Wallace later commented that “if you look at the president’s tweets, you’ll find he tweets from his bed, and I think that’s an issue.”
The president’s administration has taken numerous actions to restrict media coverage of his administration, including a new policy to bar coverage of Trump by CNN and other outlets.
Fox News’ first season of the show averaged 3.9 million viewers.
The Fox News Channel, Fox Business Network, and Fox News Sunday are the other networks airing the season.
“The Bad Place” is based on the NBC sitcom “The Office.”
It was first broadcast in 2003.
“Good Place” Season 2 premiered in April 2018.
Fox’s “The Gifted” premiered in September 2018.
“American Ninja Warrior” premiered on April 1, 2018, and the second season of NBC’s “NCIS: New Orleans” premiered the same day.