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Kelsey Grammer hosts new documentary drama on George Washington

Fox Nation is releasing a new documentary drama series on George Washington this Monday, just in time for the Fourth of July. The new series, GEORGE: Rise of a Revolutionary, will detail the story and history of the nation’s first president, with Kelsey Grammer guiding viewers through the historic events. The series will consist of […]

Fox Nation is releasing a new documentary drama series on George Washington this Monday, just in time for the Fourth of July.

The new series, GEORGE: Rise of a Revolutionary, will detail the story and history of the nation’s first president, with Kelsey Grammer guiding viewers through the historic events. The series will consist of four episodes, all of which will be released on July 1.

“Kelsey transports viewers back to the beginning of Washington’s story and masterfully showcases a different side of the Founding Father, spotlighting a young man who was fighting to make the ultimate name for himself in a truly captivating series,” Fox Nation President Lauren Petterson said.


Grammer, who hosted and served as executive producer expressed his own enthusiasm for partaking in his series, stating that he greatly enjoyed bringing Washington’s history to life.

“With George’s spirit in mind, I suggest we all embrace the fortitude and enduring courage it may take to remain a free and independent America!” Grammer said. “I love George Washington and hope to do him proud.”

Kelsey Grammer, featured in the new GEORGE: Rise of a Revolutionary series. (Credit: Fox Nation)

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While Washington is best remembered for being the first president of the United States as well as his commanding role in the American Revolution, he also served as a soldier for the British in the French and Indian War. The trailer for the series indicates that his time as a soldier will be one of the focuses of the show and how it shaped him into the leader he eventually became.

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As a Fox Nation exclusive series, viewers can stream the series on the platform through either monthly or annual subscriptions, with monthly subscriptions costing $7.99 per month and annual subscriptions costing $59.49 a year.

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