Facebook announced it will launch its first-ever paid TV show in the United States in 2018.
The program, titled The Next Big Bitcoin Story, will air on Facebook’s free-to-air network and will consist of a mix of scripted programming and live video.
The show will be produced by CNBC’s Chris Cox, and will be available to Facebook’s millions of fans.
The Facebook-owned platform has not yet announced the names of the show’s stars.
The network is also adding an interactive series of video conversations with its community, which will allow users to ask questions and chat with other Facebookers.
It is unclear when or if the show will air in the U.S., but Cox is expected to launch it in 2019.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who co-founded the company in 2005, was named president of the network in 2017.
The company is also rumored to be working on a similar scripted show for the future.
The new Facebook show will feature a mix and match of scripted and live videos, with some segments focusing on technology and others focused on politics.
The content of the program is likely to be similar to the platform’s other scripted programming, which focuses on breaking news and breaking entertainment.
The first scripted Facebook show, The Next Next Big, debuted in October 2018 with a mix-and-match mix of content and content featuring people from the U!
and beyond, but did not feature an actual bitcoin.
It featured a wide variety of personalities, including actor and comedian Seth Meyers, comedian Adam McKay, comedian and bitcoiner Adam Taggart, and actor David Cross.
The series aired for eight episodes, with each episode consisting of a series of scripted videos.
The shows first episode was about three weeks long and featured several interviews with celebrities.
Later episodes featured interviews with prominent figures in bitcoin, including former Vice President of Digital Content and CEO of Coinbase, Jeff Garzik, and former CEO of digital currency exchange Coinbase, Mark Karpeles.
Facebook has also launched a Bitcoin-themed podcast in 2018, The Bitcoin Show, which features interviews with bitcoiners including Adam Draper, a well-known bitcoin entrepreneur, and Bitcoin Talk host Joe Ricketts.
In March 2019, Facebook announced that it had reached its $100 million funding round, which brought in more than $50 million.