"Hey, it's Tucker Carlson. We've been out of work for 7 or 8 months now, hard to know. Time flies when you're unemployed, but actually we have been working in secret and producing an awful lot of material for months now, interviews, etc. And all of it has found its way to TuckerCarlson.com," Carlson told his followers on Saturday.
Carlson added that the subscription service was apart of a larger plan, claiming "We're launching a brand new thing very soon, and we'd love for you to see it. So go to TuckerCarlson.com to see it first."
Users have the ability to "join Team Tucker" by creating an account and paying to become a "Founding Member."
Carlson was fired from the cable news network back in April following the $787 million settlement with Dominion for defamation.
Since his removal, the former primetime host has used his account on X, formerly known as Twitter, to release interviews and monologues, including with Former President Donald Trump, Andrew Tate, Alex Jones, and other right-wing firebrands.
Back in October, Axios reported that Carlson had raised $15 million to jumpstart his new media company. The new venture will share video content across social platforms as well as have it's own website and app.