Will Cain

Will Cain

FOX & Friends Weekend host

Will Cain currently serves as co-host of FOX News Channel's (FNC) FOX & Friends Weekend (Saturdays and Sundays 6-10AM/ET) and as the host of The Will Cain Podcast on FOX News Audio where he merges the worlds of news and sports, with a spotlight on listener interaction. He joined the network in August 2020 and is based in New York.Read More

In this role, Cain, alongside co-hosts Pete Hegseth and Rachel Campos-Duffy, helms the weekend version of the top-rated morning show in cable news. The four-hour program features a broad range of guests, including politicians, newsmakers, athletes and experts in lifestyle and entertainment. According to Nielsen Media Research, FOX & Friends Weekend dominates the ratings, consistently ranking number one in cable with both total viewers and the coveted 25-54 younger demographic. Most recently, Cain presented interviews with key newsmakers and figures including Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson, Dave Portnoy, Mark Cuban, among others. To ring in 2022, Cain hosted All American New Year live from the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville, Tennessee alongside his FOX & Friends Weekend co-hosts Rachel Campos-Duffy and Pete Hegseth. 

Prior to joining FNC, Cain served as an on-air personality at ESPN where he hosted his own daily radio show entitled, The Will Cain Show and appeared as a frequent panelist on the network's morning debate program, First Take. He joined the sports network in 2015 as a contributor where he hosted Fantasy Football Now, an award winning, four-hour fantasy football program and frequently reported investigative pieces for Outside the Lines.

Previously, Cain was a political analyst for CNN, co-hosting In the Arena with Eliot Spitzer prior to joining Starting Point with Soledad O'Brien in 2012. Additionally, he was a host on The Blaze, where he helmed a number of programs including, Real News, Cain and Cupp, and The Cain Conversation, in which he presented a series of in-depth interviews with influential leaders in business. Cain also ventured into the field of producing and released a mini-series entitled Alise vs. The Mayor in 2014, focused on New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's attempts to curb charter schools.

Before his career in television, Cain financed, bought and sold two media companies, Quince Media, a Hispanic media company, and Cain Communications, a community newspaper group in Texas. In 2007, his work with Quince Media earned him recognition as one of the "40 Most Influential People in the Magazine Industry" by Folio, while his acquisition and expansion of Cain Communications placed him among the Texas Press Association's "20 Under 40."

A licensed attorney in Texas, Cain attended law school at the University of Texas and received his undergraduate degree from Pepperdine University.