21st Century Fox’s Fox News Channel is launching a standalone over-the-top video platform later this year geared toward the 24-hour news network’s “superfans.”

Pricing for the opinion-based streaming service, dubbed Fox Nation, has not been disclosed, but the platform is expected to debut in the fourth quarter of 2018, John Finley, SVP of development and production for the network, announced Tuesday.

Fox said the service aims to enhance the Fox News viewer experience, and will feature live exclusive daily streaming content, as well as long-form programming available only to subscribers.

The Fox Nation platform will also be the exclusive home of more than 20 years of archival Fox News Channel programming, and include access to exclusive events.

A mainstay of the new service will be subscribers’ ability to interact with FNC’s opinion hosts and personalities, the network said.

"With our traditional cable viewership at an all-time high, we are proud to announce a new digital offering geared entirely toward the Fox News superfans,” Finley said in a statement.

The new initiative will be housed at Fox News’ New York headquarters and hiring for the platform will start in the second quarter of 2018.