In just eight days' time Mark launches his nightly television extravaganza called, after extensive focus-grouping and poll-testing, The Mark Steyn Show. Read more about it below.
Meanwhile, in case you missed it, here's how the last seven days looked to Mark:
~On Monday Steyn considered the new American tribalism and Hamilton's curtain call-out for Mike Pence.
~On Tuesday, in contrast to Mark's recording of "Christmas Glow Worm", came news of lights out at Woolworth's.
~On Wednesday Steyn started the day with Ainsley, Brian and Steve at Fox & Friends. Click below to watch:
~For Thanksgiving Day Mark offered a Thanksgiving sampler, and the biggest Thanksgiving hit song of all time: "Jingle Bells"? Why, yes.
~Black Friday brought some great seasonal specials at the Steyn store. As for Mark, he spent the day guest-hosting America's Number One radio show, and celebrating the second anniversary of the deadbeat jurists in climate mullah Michael Mann's lawsuit against him falling into an apparently permanent comatose state.
~For our weekend movie date Steyn conceded that, for the first time ever, Tom Cruise had him at hello.
As mentioned above, on December 5th, Mark is launching The Mark Steyn Show. You can watch it from almost anywhere on the planet at whatever hour of the day you want, and on whatever delivery system - whether big-screen television, compact telephone, or anything in between - and all entirely commercial-free, five days a week. Mark and his guests will be addressing all the big-picture geopolitics he deals with in his books, but he'll also be doing TV versions of his most popular website features, including Mark at the Movies, Steyn's Song of the Week, Ave atque vale and Mark's Mailbox. If you like civilizational collapse and live music on the same bill, this is the show for you.
Make a date to join Mark each night, starting in just eight days' time. You can find out more about The Mark Steyn Show here - and get other great CRTV shows from the likes of Michelle Malkin, Mark Levin and Steven Crowder as part of the same low-rate introductory package. And for a special seasonal offer you can get a free hardback edition of The [Un]documented Mark Steyn by selecting "STEYN BOOK CLUB" at checkout.
A new week at SteynOnline begins tonight with our Song of the Week. And look for Mark live with the great Stuart Varney on Fox Business Monday morning at 11.30am Eastern/8.30am Pacific.