LOS ANGELES — On Sunday, March 3, PragerU will launch The Candace Owens Show. The weekly podcast’s inaugural episode will feature guest Roseanne Barr in the comedian’s most intimate and in-depth interview following the Valerie Jarrett controversy after which ABC discontinued her hit primetime reboot of Roseanne.
The Candace Owens Show will address relevant, hot-button political and cultural topics, from a conservative perspective, alongside some of America’s top influential voices across multiple industries, areas of expertise, and backgrounds.
PragerU is launching the show as the media organization prepares to surpass two billion video views since its founding in 2011. As the leader in the digital space for the conservative movement, PragerU continues its legacy of providing relevant and compelling content designed to reach new and emerging audiences who might not have been exposed to conservative ideas before.
“Not many people have had the opportunity to experience Candace Owens in a long-form, talk show format and here’s a spoiler alert – she’s incredible,” says Craig Strazzeri, Chief Marketing Officer at PragerU. “There’s no doubt in my mind that this show will be a massive success and we’re excited for the world to start watching on Sunday.”
Beyond Roseanne, the lineup includes other prominent guests like Hawk Newsome from Black Lives Matter, actor Jon Voight, former police officer turned director of urban engagement for TPUSA, Brandon Tatum, and Paris Dennard who has worked with the BBC, CNN and the Bush White House. In Candace’s signature style, nothing will be off the table at PragerU.
PragerU, founded by Dennis Prager in 2011, is a not-for-profit online media organization that helps millions understand the values that shaped America and provides millions of people around the world with the intellectual ammunition they need to advocate for limited government, individual responsibility and economic freedom. Since its founding, PragerU videos have received over 1.9 billion views. PragerU is a resource for all who value liberty. It is a threat to all those who do not.