Bravo staple Andy Cohen hosts this docuseries that explores today's headlines by taking a look at what happened in pop culture in the past to answer the question of how we got to where we are. He is joined by guests -- including the likes of journalist Anderson Cooper, politician Barney Frank, actress Kristin Chenoweth, and stars of Bravo shows -- to see how the past has affected the present. Topics covered include how the Spice Girls phenomenon in the 1990s relates to the present-day women's empowerment movement.
An extension of Bravo's "Watch What Happens" reunion specials and the original live online shows, this interactive series -- live on the East Coast -- is hosted by former Bravo programming executive Andy Cohen, who welcomes guests from some of the cable network's most popular series, as well as other entertainment stars, to chat about pop culture and celebrities in the news. In 2017, the show took on a new title -- "Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen" -- as part of an overhaul that included a remodeled studio offering a designated performance space for musical guests, a staple of most late-night shows.
The sparkling notes of a trumpet fanfare and the familiar logo of the sun alert viewers that it's time for CBS's Sunday morning staple. Journalist Jane Pauley helms the show, taking over hosting duties from Charles Osgood, who spent 22 years on the job. A morning talk show, this program airs at a different pace and focuses much of its attention on the performing arts. After a quick update of the day's news and national weather, correspondents offer longer-length segments on a variety of topics, from architecture to ballet to music to pop culture to politics.
Music, comedy and pop culture are the topics of conversation on "The Q," a half-hour show hosted by entertainment journalist Quincy Harris. He is joined on the daily show by an in-studio DJ and celebrity guests who stop by the Philadelphia studio to be interviewed by Harris. A live audience adds to the ambience of the program.
This entrant in the crowded entertainment news-show genre features a trio of hosts -- Ross Mathews, Garcelle Beauvais and Tanner Thomason -- who discuss the latest trending topics from Hollywood and pop culture. All the usual suspects -- including celebrity interviews and red-carpet movie premieres -- are part of the hourlong show that is described by one of its executives as being "a `Sharknado" version of "The View'."