Dennis Miller has been making Americans laugh for decades with his rants.
However, Miller grew so disillusioned with the Biden Administration that he quietly stepped away from the limelight.
But now the conservative comedian is back on Fox with a new show about the good old days.
Welcome back, Dennis Miller and his rants
To borrow a line from Dennis Miller, “Now, I don’t want to go on a rant…but” the extreme Left in America has made such radical change in the country that it’s barely recognizable to Gen Xers, Baby Boomers, and the Golden Generation.
But while the self-proclaimed “social justice warriors” have made incremental change inch by inch that has added up to what former President Barack Obama called “fundamental change” – the pendulum swing hasn’t been slow.
In the grand scheme of the history of the world, the change in America has happened at a breakneck pace.
It wasn’t that long ago that both Bugs Bunny and Carl Winslow scored laughs on Saturday mornings and Friday evenings by donning a dress.
Today, the cancel culture outrage mob sharpen their pitchforks and light their torches for similar jokes.
But after a short hiatus from the microphone, Miller is back, and he’s taking audiences back to a simpler time in a new show that is sure to satisfy your nostalgia needs.
“The ultimate American success story”
It was three years ago that Miller signed off from his podcast and nationally syndicated talk show for the final time.
Since then, Miller has been doing what he had long urged his fans to do – tuning out.
But the 70-year-old comedian has signed a deal to host a new Fox Nation program, and now he’s hoping you’ll tune in.
Miller’s new show is called The Infomercials That Sold Us.
This is about to hit you hard in the nostalgia feels.
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It’s a trip back in time to get the stories behind those long-form commercials that aired late at night during the 80s, 90s, and early 2000s.
“It’s easy to dismiss the Willy Loman’s who hawked products on late-night TV as nothing more than easy punchlines,” Miller said of his new show.
“But The Infomercials That Sold Us shows us the humanity of these pitch people, who came from nothing and, armed with self-belief and perhaps a fine mop, made themselves wealthy and famous. It’s the ultimate American success story.”
The Infomercials That Sold Us is a limited, three-part series.
The show will highlight Suzanne Somers, Melissa Rivers, Billy Banks, Tony Robbins, and more of the men and women who tried to convince you to spend money on products you didn’t need while you couldn’t sleep at night.
Or, another way to look at them, the men and women who made you laugh while offering products millions of Americans couldn’t live without.
All three episodes are currently available for viewing on Fox Nation.
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