|Presented by||Mike Huckabee|
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of episodes||6|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Original channel||Fox News Channel|
|Original run||September 27, 2008 – present|
Barring pre-emption, new episodes of Huckabee regularly air Saturdays at 8 PM ET. Repeats are shown on the following Sunday (the next day) at 2 AM, 8 PM and 11 PM ET.
The show is shot before a live studio audience. Huckabee starts with an opening monologue discussing issues of the day, then opens the floor to field several questions from the audience. The show also features one or more guests as well as a panel of commentators. Elisabeth Hasselbeck was the show's first guest. Huckabee has interviewed Political leaders, diplomats, and celebreties, such as Geraldine Ferraro, Chuck Colson, Rod Blagojevich, Tom DeLay; Former head of the NYPD Howard Safir; U.N Ambassador John Bolton; Secretary of State Lawrence Eagleburger and Madeline Albright; and former Vice-President Dan Quayle. Celebrities include, Jon Voight, Andy Williams, Richard Dreyfuss, Chuck Norris, Kathy Ireland, Bob Barker, Paula Deen, Frank Caliendo, Jerry Springer, Tony Danza, The Amazing Kreskin, Michael Strahan, Dennis Rodman, Vince Curatola, Charles Grodin, Rosie Perez, Bernie Williams, MC Hammer, Neil Sedaka, Pat Boone, Rick Springfield, Tanya Tucker, Lorrie Morgan, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Oak Ridge Boys, and Kris Allen.
The show ends with a "house band" (named The Little Rockers; the name is a play on the Arkansas state capital where Huckabee once served) consisting of several Fox News staff performing a song, often featuring a well-known entertainer as the lead. Band members include host Huckabee (bass guitar), Chief Religious Correspondent Lauren Green on keyboards, M and J Video Editor Dave Colonna on lead guitar, Lighting Technician Adrian Sharkey on vocals/guitar, M and J Show Writer Bob Higgins on guitar, Fox News Edge PA Elizabeth Tucker on back up vocals, and Final Cut Craft Editor Dominic Salvatore on drums.
In some instances, the final segment will feature Huckabee answering questions from e-mails or from the live studio audience.
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