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  1. Wendy Williams has announced - during the 11th season premiere - that (despite the rumors) her talk show has been renewed through 2022.
  2. Agreed. I like that they're trying something new with their news programs that don't look or sound monotonous (not a dig at stations that do have uniformed news program names as many are iconic) and I wish them luck. And the names aren't that bad (or rather bad at all) to me either. On the other hand... That is bad. It reminds me of the first logo of The U.K.'s Channel 5. But their logo works because it's a station where news isn't it's main focus. This station's logo does not work, because news is.
  3. Going back to UPN? Dope! Changing to something like that? As if. I personally like The CW as a name, but you're (both) right. Seconded on the logo. And if and when ViacomCBS takes 100% ownership, I hope (whatever they choose to name it) goes back to airing both sitcoms and dramas that cater to everyone, and not just hour-long shows that mostly cater to only upscale white teenagers. (Yeah, I know it works, but variety can work too).
  4. Extra is going back to its original title, making the extra "Extra"... extraneous. And extra pointless.
  5. ^^ Wow. This station has a crazy turnover rate for meteorologists in the past several years. Hopefully one of their other meteorologists will slide in her smoothly in her slot soon. I'll miss Katie. She was as sweet and bubbly as she was talented and greatly-focused with the craft. And I wish her the very best wherever she goes and with her lovely family.
  6. Nope. We'll know for sure from Monica when she feels it's right.
  7. That third hour show is getting yet another name: GMA3: Strahan, Sara & Keke (with Keke Palmer officially promoted to co-host after a successful stint as guest co-host during Sara's maternity leave).
  8. Jerry Springer is already cancelled -- It's in rerun mode at this point. Maury looks like he wants a few more years at most.
  9. I can handle 90 minutes of Access (spread apart of course) -- I do like and enjoy Access Live-- uhh Daily, but this is going overboard. But at least it's airing only on NBC O&Os for now, and I can't wait for its new co-host (Mario Lopez) and new set (even though I loved the last one).
  10. Just on the same day as KYW introduced Tiffany Savona as the a meteorologist, they have a new anchor/reporter: Howard Monroe - who previously worked as a reporter at WISH and anchor at WJZY. Here's his bio and his LinkedIn account.
  11. Philadelphia is the #4 market. Unless you meant either she went up 8 markets or the list updated and I just didn't know.
  12. This morning at 5, KYW introduced Tiffany Savona as the newest Eyewitness Weather meteorologist.
  13. Only grief first: the name doesn't jibe well to me and sounds better the other way. CBSViacom. Now the positive: I for one am happy to hear of the remerger. Both CBS and especially Viacom are hitting their strides to some good successes recently, and this merger was much needed for both (again especially Viacom). They have who I think are the right people to lead the ship and I'm very interested and intrigued to see where things go from here. Hopefully much bigger, sustaining successes (both small/short-term and large/long-term) to come.
  14. Fixed and... https://www.thewrap.com/oj-simpson-murder-trial-docuseries-court-tv-original-programming/
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