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"Bates Motel: After Hours" is a one-time-only special for new, to break down the Season 2 premiere, but is it something you'd be interesting in seeing on a more full-time basis? The episode was hosted by Carrie Keagan and included the cast of the show, along with executive producers Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin.
The main problem with it though, was the fact that it didn't follow "Bates Motel," "Those Who Kill" did. Though "Bates Motel" was done at 10 p.m. Et, "After Hours" didn't go live until 11 p.m. That sort of diminishes the excitement.
If A&E were to extend "After Hours" to a weekly program, following "Bates Motel," would you tune in? Vote in the poll below. »
'Bates Motel' returns to our screens this evening and straight after the premiere the programmes special new aftershow 'Bates Motel: After Hours' will commence and it is former VH1 host Carrie Keagan (below) who has the enviable job of overseeing the proceedings. The show will consist of various interviews with cast and crew including exec producers Carlton Cuse and Kerry Ehrin, and stars Vera Farmiga ('The Conjuring'), Freddie Highmore and Max Thieriot. The premiere episode entitled 'Those Who Kill' will air on AandE this evening at 9:00 Pm Et/Pt. »
The Bates Motel is getting ready to extend its hours.
EW has confirmed that the return of A&E’s hit series Bates Motel will be followed by the addition of a live aftershow, Bates Motel: After Hours, where fans can interact with the show’s stars and creators. We’ve also learned exclusively that Carrie Keagan, formerly of VH1, has signed on to host the aftershow. Keagan previously served as host and producer of Big Morning Buzz Live With Carrie Keagan.
- Samantha Highfill
Nick Lachey was named the new spring host of VH1 “Big Morning Buzz Live” which returns live from the former Trl studios overlooking Times Square on Monday, Mar. 3 at 10 a.m. Alongside guest actors, musicians, politicians, athletes, and writers, Lachey will discuss the most buzzed about headlines and topics in his new gig. The format features live performances, celebrity sit-downs, comedy skits, and segments covering film, music, TV, relationships, beauty, cooking and fashion. VH1 touts “Buzz” as the only morning show that offers a live music performance every day. Prior host Carrie Keagan announced her departure from the program in December. »
- Tony Maglio
VH1′s Big Morning Buzz Live will launch its next season on March 3 with Nick Lachey as host. He succeeds original host Carrie Keagan who recently departed the morning program after 400 live episodes. For now, Lachey has only committed for the spring but VH1 brass hope for him to stay on depending on his schedule. Singer Lachey, repped by ICM Partners and Brillstein Entertainment, hosts NBC’s a capella singing competition The Sing-Off. »
- NELLIE ANDREEVA
Big buzz about Big Morning Buzz Live! Nick Lachey has been tapped to replace recently departed host Carrie Keagan on the VH1 pop culture news show, multiple sources tell Us Weekly exclusively. The "What's Left of Me" singer, 40, will take over when the program picks up again this spring. "He'll be a great fit," one source says. There's no word yet on whether his stint will extend beyond the upcoming season, but the source adds, "He's happy to be on board." The show could mean big changes [...] »
6 items from 2014
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