Tucker Carlson Network Launches With $9/month Team Tucker Subscriptions

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A new Tucker Carlson Network (TCN for short) subscription service has now launched, offering access to exclusive content from Tucker Carlson. While some of the content on the TCN platform is available to watch for free, exclusive and premium content requires a paid plan.

Since leaving Fox News, Tucker has been releasing content, including exclusive interviews, on X as part of a ‘Tucker on X’ series. With the launch of the new streaming platform and service, Tucker is promising even more of the same.

As explained on the Tucker Carlson website, “we are the sworn enemies of lying, pomposity, smugness, and groupthink. We believe the corporate media is broken beyond repair, and the only way forward is to build something better.”

For those considering signing up, a ‘Team Tucker‘ subscription costs $9 a month. If looking to save as much as possible over the course of the year, it is also possible to subscribe to an annual plan for $72 a year. This breaks down to around $6 a month, resulting in a saving of 33% when compared to paying the $9 monthly rate over a full 12 months.

As a subscriber, Tucker Carlson Network members can expect access to brand-new shows, including new weekly episodes of The Tucker Carlson Encounter and Tucker Carlson Uncensored. This is in addition to speeches, films, investigative reports, short documentaries, and exclusive behind-the-scenes content. If all that is not enough, the streaming platform is also advertising the release of full-length documentaries and films in the future.

In addition to the content that’s available to stream online, it also looks like TCN members will gain access to some additional benefits as well. For example, early access to tickets for future live events, including the Tucker Carlson Sworn Enemy Tour.

John Finn
John Finn

By John Finn

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