Monday, Fox News Channel unveiled a brand-new primetime lineup! Check out the highlights from all your favorite Fox News primetime shows, including the debut of The Kelly File.


Greta Van Susteren kicked things off at 7p ET with On the Record (you can catch a repeat at 2a ET if you missed it).

She interviewed Allen West who argued the lawmakers are playing politics with the American people. "I think the Democrats have to get away from this 'playing politics' where they're concerned about 'we want to win back the House, we want to make sure we keep the Senate' so that the president's last two years can be like his first two years. They've got to come together to understand what's best for the American people, not what's best for their political party."

Greta also got a surprise phone call from a mystery guest. Watch below to find out who it was.


In his Talking Points Memo, Bill O’Reilly slammed the health care overall, saying, “ObamaCare is not ready for primetime and everybody knows it.” Watch the full memo below:

He then asked Juan Williams and Mary Katharine Ham whether it’s okay to hurt some Americans in order to help others.

Happy birthday to The O’Reilly Factor! The number one show in cable news turns 17 this year. In honor of you, the fans, Bill O’Reilly took a look back at some of the most memorable moments in Factor history.


Megyn Kelly made her primetime debut with The Kelly File. In her first interview, she asked Senator Ted Cruz, who has been heavily blamed by Democrats for the government shutdown, what it’s like to be the most hated man in America.

Kelly shared an adorable photo of her baby and had special message for her fans:

Take a look back at the audition tape that helped Kelly land her first job at Fox News:


Hannity made the move to 10p ET tonight and joining him as a guest was Kentucky Senator Rand Paul. Paul slammed Democrats’ priorities in light of the government shutdown:

In tonight’s studio audience special, Sean Hannity explored the political rhetoric being used by Democrats following the battle over ObamaCare and the government shutdown.

Two doctors joined Hannity tonight to discuss the challenges they’ve faced in the first week of ObamaCare and what they believe the long-term implications of the overhaul will be.