Sports and pop culture website OutKick is bringing its slate of original programming to the premium streaming service Fox Nation, the companies announced on Monday.
The deal will see the flagship “OutKick the Show with Clay Travis” offered to subscribers of Fox Nation, along with other shows like “Tomi Lahren is Fearless” and “Gains for Girls.”
“OutKick has seen rapid growth over the last two years, and we are thrilled to begin streaming our authentic content with the loyal audience that Fox Nation has cultivated,” Clay Travis, OutKick’s founder, said in a statement.
Fox Nation is operated by Fox News Media, a subsidiary of Fox Corporation. The premium streaming service offers next-day replays of Fox News Channel’s prime-time programming, including “The Ingraham Angle,” “Jesse Watters Primetime” and “Hannity,” along with original programs like “CrimeCam 24/7,” “Kelsey Grammer’s Historic Battles for America” and “Luxury Hunting Lodges of America.”
Fox Nation costs $6 a month or $65 a year, with a two-year subscription offered at the discount price of $100 a year.
OutKick was acquired by Fox Corporation in 2021.