In a surprise move to many the Fox Business Channel has cancelled its highest show Lou Dobbs Tonight. The news comes after a $2,7 billion dollar lawsuit by Smart Matic against Fox Corporation and, some of its hosts including Lou Dobbs over comments about their product.\n\n\n\nI have known about Lou Dobbs since the mid 1980\u2019s when he was host of Moneyline, CNN\u2019s nightly business show; In more recent years even though the channel is mean\u2019t to be a business network his show has been more know a showcase for his extreme right wing views.\n\n\n\nYes the show is Fox Business Channel\u2019s highest rated show but the network doesn\u2019t get huge ratings and, his extreme views made it difficult to get advertisers. \n\n\n\nNow that President Trump is no longer President who Lou Dobb was a big supporter of as well as being a big part of his show as well as the huge lawsuit is why Fox Corporation decided it was time to cancel the show. \n\n\n\nIts unlikely Fox Corporation will announce why the show was canceled but either way Lou Dobbs will sit home getting paid out the rest of his contract. Getting paid to stay home when a star gets fired often happens because the networks don\u2019t want the host to jump right away to a rival network.