Bet on the Tucker Carlson, Fox News, Twitter War

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Aaron Goldstein
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It looks like the Tucker Carlson-Fox News tussle is going to get nasty.

But while we wait on that legal drama to fully unfold, Carlson said on Tuesday that he's taking his talents to Twitter, which we all know Elon Musk is thrilled about (since Donald Trump won't come back).

Oddsmakers at have set odds on Carlson's Twitter content, as well as the future of Fox News.


Fox News Media and Carlson agreed to part ways last month, shortly after parent company Fox Corp (FOXA.O) settled for $787.5 million a defamation lawsuit in which the top-rated host played a starring role.

His show was the highest rated of any cable news hour.  Ratings have slumped since his departure. 

“Starting soon, we'll be bringing a new version of the show we've been doing for the last six and a half years to Twitter,” Carlson said in a video posted on the social media platform. “We bring some other things too, which we'll tell you about. But for now, we're just grateful to be here.”

Musk is actively seeking out content creators for Twitter.

Latest Carlson Tucker, Fox News, Twitter Odds


How many views will Tucker Carlson's first Twitter show generate? (first 24 hours only)

Over/Under 120 million


How many users will attend Carlson's first Twitter Spaces?

Over/Under 250,000


Fox News primetime audience in June 2023

Over/Under 2 million


Will Rupert Murdoch sell a stake in Fox News/Fox Corp. in 2023?

Yes +1000

No -4000


Will Fox or Carlson sue each other in 2023?

Yes +400

No -700


Tucker Carlson's Next Media Job (not Twitter)

OANN               +175

Rumble             +175

Breitbart           +450

Newsmax         +500

Netflix              +1600

Amazon Prime  +2000

ABC                  +2500

CBS                  +2500

Truth Social      +2500

Politico             +3000

Axios                +4000

NBC/MSNBC     +4000

CNN                 +5000

- Aaron Goldstein,

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Trump Next Tweet Odds

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