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E! News: Daily Pop

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"E! News" has been a staple of the cable network's evening lineup for years, and now the franchise is expanding to earlier in the day with "Daily Pop." The midday broadcast offers the same type of behind-the-scenes information, news and celebrity interviews that viewers have come to expect from "E! News" but also adds other elements typical of morning shows. Hosts Justin Sylvester and Carissa Culiner lead what the network calls "fun, insightful and relatable conversations" revolving around the day's biggest pop-culture stories.

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