‘E! News Broadcasting Returns After Two Years (TV News Summary)

By | October 22, 2022

E! The nightly entertainment news program “E! News”, from TV personality Adrienne Bailon-Houghton and E! News’ Justin Sylvester was tapped to serve as the show’s co-host. The evening broadcast is set to return on Monday, November 14 at 11:30 PM ET/PT.

Veteran television producers John Redman, who hosted CBS’s “The Talk” for a decade, and John Pascarla, who co-hosted “Maury,” are set to produce the broadcast.

The show initially went on hiatus in March 2020 due to the pandemic and was canceled before returning to its original format and timeslot in August 2020.

“’E! News has a “long-running history of entertainment excellence, and we’re excited to continue that legacy by bringing the show back,” said Tracy Wilson, executive VP, NBCUniversal Syndication Studios and E! News. “John Redman and John Pascarrella are strategic, well-respected executive producers to the stars, and Justin and Adrian are seasoned hosts with a genuine interest in pop culture. This is the perfect team to bring new excitement to this franchise.

Also on today’s TV news:

Trailers

HBO Max has shared a trailer for its Max Original cooking competition series “The Big Brunch,” hosted by actor Dan Levy. From Boardwalk Pictures and Levi’s True Productions, the eight-episode series will debut on November 10 with the first three episodes, followed by three more episodes on November 17 and concluding with two final episodes on November 24.

The cooking competition series gives ten chefs the chance to share their stories and business dreams while vying for a $300,000 cash prize. Alongside Levy on the judging panel will be culinary experts Chef Sohla El-Waili and restaurateur Will Guidara.

Levy, Andrew Fried, Dane Lilgard, Sarina Roma and Faye Stapleton executive produce the series.

Check out the trailer below.

DATES

The TV series “Omaha’s Wild Kingdom Protecting the Wild Kingdom” premieres on RFD-TV and WildKingdom.com on Monday, January 2, 2023 at 1:00 p.m. The series will be hosted by Peter Gross, co-creator of the original “Kingdom of the Wild,” in 1963, the 60th anniversary of the first episode.

Since the original show’s network television premiere, “Mutual of Omaha’s Wild Kingdom” has been considered one of the most respected wildlife programs on television, paving the way for unscripted television to explore new areas and numerous conservation efforts across the country. Ten episodes of the new series are set to air from January to April.

“For many viewers, ‘Kingdom of the Wild’ was more than a Sunday night ritual. It sparked a movement to protect wildlife,” Gros said. “Our hope is that the new ‘Kingdom of the Wild’ series will reach a new generation of people who love their commitment to protecting the natural world.

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