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Fox News announced “The Greg Gutfeld Show” as an addition to its weekend lineup Thursday. Gutfeld, who is one of the co-hosts of the weekday show “The Five” and was the longtime host of “Red Eye,” will host a “comedic hour, with parodies on current events, conversation on key issues and signature monologues,” according to Fox News. Red Eye regular Joanne Nosuchinsky will provide offbeat reports and commentary for the program. “Every host of a new show likes to say they’re breaking new ground,” Gutfelt said. “So why should I be any different. This show will forever change the way you watch. »
- Jordan Chariton
The 21st Century Fox-owned outlet said it would launch a “comedic news hour” on Sunday nights hosted by Greg Gutfeld. “The Greg Gutfeld Show” will debut on May 31st at 10 p.m., and will feature “parodies on current events, conversation on key issues and signature monologues showcasing Gutfeld’s eclectic humor,” the network said Thursday. Gutfeld is also expected to interview newsmakers, culture critics and media personalities on major headlines of the week. Joanne Nosuchinsky, a Fox News contributor, will provide offbeat reports and commentary on the program.
- Brian Steinberg
Fox News Channel is developing a new one-hour weekend primetime program to be hosted by Greg Gutfeld, who’s being moved off late-night show Red Eye. Gutfeld will continue to serve as co-host of The Five, airing weekdays at 5 Pm Et, and will keep make his weekly appearance on The O'Reilly Factor. During this transition, a variety of rotating guest hosts will substitute host Red Eye. Gutfeld will address his sign-off from the show on tomorrow’s edition of Red Eye, which… »
A pilot in development will highlight Gutfeld’s “whimsical nature and political satire,” the 21st Century Fox-owned network said in statement Thursday. The show will also “focus on his strong libertarian values and social commentary.”
Gutfeld will continue to serve as co-host of “The Five” and make a weekly appearance on “The O’Reilly Factor.” Rotating hosts will anchor “Red Eye” after Gutfeld signs off from that program Friday. “Red Eye” airs at 3 a.m.
“We are confident that Gutfeld’s distinct perspective and knack for humor will start a valuable dialogue and be a refreshing addition to the weekend lineup,” said Bill Shine, senior exec VP of programming for Fox News Channel, in a prepared statement.
Prior to joining Fnc, Gutfeld was »
- Brian Steinberg
Fitness model Greg Plitt killed in train accident: Plitt was the 'body' of Dr. Manhattan in 'Watchmen' movie Fitness model Greg Plitt, best known for adorning countless fitness magazine covers and for his participation on the reality TV show Work Out, was killed by a passenger train while being videotaped last Saturday afternoon, January 17, 2015, in Burbank, about 20 kilometers northwest of downtown Los Angeles. Authorities are now trying to figure out how Plitt and his two-person crew were able to access a restricted area – without a filming permit – and what exactly they were doing there. Online tabloids claim to have the answer, asserting that Greg Plitt's death was the result of a failed thrill-seeking stunt. The athletic Plitt, who had previously shot at least one workout video on a train track, was purportedly trying to outrun the passenger train, but tripped and fell on the tracks. Police have »
- Zac Gille
5 items from 2015
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