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Raw: Glenn Blurts Out Plans for Next 30 Days of His TV Show on TheBlaze

In a raw, unedited video shot behind the scenes from his new radio set, Glenn announced plans for the future of his television show on TheBlaze in the coming weeks.

After becoming momentarily tongue-tied, Glenn thanked TheBlaze subscribers for their viewership and support. He then gave the inside scoop on some plans he'd outlined for his upcoming programming lineup on TheBlaze.

If you're a Blaze subscriber, here's what you can expect in the coming weeks:

Week of 9/11

  • On hiatus.
  • Stay tuned for more behind-the-scenes updates via email and on Facebook.

Week of 9/18

  • Programming resumes. Behind-the-scenes on how our TV shows are developed and go on air.
  • Watch on TheBlaze Monday through Friday at 5pm ET.

Week of 9/25

Week of 10/2

  • Glenn goes on vacation.

Week of 10/10

Glenn described his new show as follows:

It's going to have a lot of chalkboard in it. We are putting together stuff now that we are taking basic principles, fundamental ideas and complex connections and trying to make sense of it all. One of the things we're going to be working on diligently over the next couple of weeks behind the scenes (maybe we'll let you in on some of this next week) are the chalkboards. They're coming back in full force.

Lots of exciting things to come.

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