S1, EP7 "2016"
Fox fires Roger after Gretchen Carlson's lawsuit becomes public, but Roger's plans come to fruition as Donald Trump wins the presidency.
S1, EP6 "2015"
Gretchen Carlson has been secretly taping Roger's harassment for over a year and is working with a New Jersey lawyer specializing in sexual harassment; Roger wants to elect Donald Trump as president, but this causes conflict with Murdoch, who wants nothing to do with such a divisive figure.
S1, EP5 "2012"
Fox News Channel is now the dominant news outlet and Roger is working the levers of his power, but he doesn't see the danger posed by Gretchen Carlson; after years of harassment by Roger, she's finally had enough.
S1, EP4 "2009"
Roger finds his legacy in Joe Lindsley, a 25-year-old acolyte he hires to be the editor of a newspaper he bought in upstate New York; turning the local paper into a conservative news source, Roger also achieves revenge against the Obama White House.
S1, EP3 "2008"
With the election of Barack Hussein Obama, Roger and Fox News Channel have found the ultimate enemy -- one that will drive Fox’s coverage as well as cement their ratings; what no one suspects are the hidden depths of Roger’s secret world.
S1, EP2 "2001"
Fox News Channel is on the cusp of passing CNN to become the number one rated news network when 9/11 changes everything; horrified by this terrorist attack, Roger begins pushing the news with an agenda and finally puts Fox on top of the ratings race.
S1, EP1 "1995"
Roger Ailes joins forces with media magnate Rupert Murdoch to form Fox News Channel; working feverishly to get ahead of the competition, Roger must do the unthinkable and put an entire network on the air in the space of six months.