Meghan McCain is getting a TV show.
The MSNBC contributor and daughter of Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., announced on Twitter Wednesday that "Raising McCain," a "genre-busting docu-talk series" will premiere sometime this summer on Pivot, a newly-launched cable network.
I am SO EXCITED to announce my first series "Raising McCain" will premiere this summer on Participant's new cable network PIVOT!!!— Meghan McCain (@MeghanMcCain) March 27, 2013
According to Deadline, Pivot will launch on Aug. 1 and will have more than 300 hours of original programming during its first year. According to the network, McCain will hit discuss current events with experts and "regular people." The first season is scheduled to have 10 episodes.
The half-hour series will follow McCain "on the road talking to unexpected experts, regular people and members of her generation, exploring the most important and unusual questions of the day framed by Meghan's experiences in her personal life."
The 28-year-old is well known for being politically outspoken, especially on issues such as gay rights. She co-authored a book called "America, You Sexy Bitch" with comedian Michael Ian Black in 2012.
Pivot is owned by Participant Media, a movie studio who is no stranger to political programming: It assisted with "An Inconvenient Truth," "Fast Food Nation" and "Lincoln," and is currently working on a film about Occupy Wall Street. The network will also feature a variety show hosted by Joseph Gordon-Levitt and a show called "Will" about a teenage William Shakespeare.