Hannity's America

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Hannity's America
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Title card for Hannity's America
Format Talk show
Presented by Sean Hannity
Country of origin United States
No. of episodes 50 as of December 9, 2007
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel Fox News Channel
Original run January 7, 2007 – January 4, 2009
External links
Website

Hannity's America was a weekly American talk show on the Fox News Channel hosted by Sean Hannity. It was replaced in January 2009 with Hannity.

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At the beginning of each show, Hannity gives his opinion about the nation as a whole, usually relating to issues happening in politics over the past week.

Additionally, the program also features other segments, including "2 on 2" and "Hannity's Hot Seat." During the "2 on 2" segment, Hannity welcomes one conservative to join his side and two liberals to talk about issues covered earlier in the program, commonly causing conflict between both sides with differing ideals.

The "Hot Seat" section of the program features someone who Hannity has an issue with, debating them about what they have talked about.

Later, a segment called "Beyond Belief" was added, which focused on Christian and spiritual issues, such as angels and ghosts. During the entire run of the show, Hannity.

Fox News reader Ainsley Earhardt often does an unsolved crime story.

In the final segment of the show, Hannity usually features a segment called "Your America." Hannity describes it as "stories you didn't read about in the New York Times."

Hannity's America shares its theme song with the first part of his ABC Radio talk show.

The show was rebranded as Hannity and follows a similar format as the previous show. "Beyond Belief" is an occasional segment on the new show.

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