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Maria Menounos and the "E! News" team create an often irreverent look at Hollywood happenings, along with all the latest celebrity news, trends and gossip. The anchors and reporters cover television, film and music, as well as the celebrity party scene. The daily newscast -- which has aired since Sept. 1, 1991 -- is one of the longest-running programs in E! history and boasts a strong roster of past talent, including longtime anchor Giuliana Rancic and Ryan Seacrest. Originally 30 minutes long, "E! News" was expanded to an hour in 2010.
Hosts Gayle King, Norah O'Donnell and John Dickerson set out to redefine CBS' morning landscape with their lively and original reporting on international news stories and interviews with important figures in politics, business and entertainment on this weekday program. The team broadcasts from a new state-of-the-art studio in New York's legendary CBS Broadcast Center. In a departure from the usual network morning show, "CBS This Morning" does not have a weather anchor.
A daily live broadcast features host Al Roker engaging in discussion about current news events and pop culture stories, as well as reviewing clips of television shows and trending internet videos. In addition, the show welcomes celebrity guests and musical performances. Featured segments include Today Food and In the Kitchen with Al, among others.
Personalities from the country's most-popular radio shows in major markets present their takes on pop culture, celebrity scandals and the news of the day. "Dish Nation" focuses on the comedic side of the breaking entertainment news format. Memorable moments from the radio shows come alive with animation, images and video footage from the radio studios. The featured radio personalities include Rickey Smiley and Heidi Hamilton.
Grab a cup of coffee and pull up a chair as you get the latest lifestyle news on "Coffee With America." The show covers topics that are familiar territory for viewers of morning news shows, with celebrity gossip, health, entertainment and consumer issues among the subjects frequently covered. Longer feature stories are covered in addition to the news that is highlighted by the show's hosts.
A weekly Sunday broadcast hosted by journalist and humorist Willie Geist provides current domestic and international news, weather reports and interviews with newsmakers from the worlds of politics, business, media, entertainment and sports. Additionally, specific segments such as performances from well-known and up-and-coming musical acts, thoughtful and reflective stories on social trends and popular culture, and numbers from Broadway theater productions target the priorities of weekend viewers.
Improv actor and comic Stephen Colbert flexes the hosting muscles he honed over nearly 1,500 episodes of the popular and critically celebrated "The Colbert Report" at the helm of this long-running late-night talk show. Following the genre's classic formula, each show kicks off with a monologue and a look at recent headlines, and features sketch comedy, celebrity interviews and musical performances. Joining Colbert is his bandleader, Julliard-trained Jon Batiste, and house band Stay Human. The show is filmed in New York's famed Ed Sullivan Theater, the longtime home of "The Late Show."
Chris Hardwick is well-versed in leading in-depth conversations about zombie hordes ("Talking Dead") and shifty lawyers ("Talking Saul"). He adds a new batch of bizarre characters to his lexicon as host of "Talking Preacher," a live aftershow that provides instant analysis of the season premiere and finale of AMC's supernatural, darkly comedic "Preacher." Hardwick panels a discussion that features series cast, creators, producers and celebrity fans. Guests include star Dominic Cooper and executive producers Seth Rogen, Evan Goldberg and Sam Catlin.