“Pop of the Morning" (working title)
“In the Room” (working title)
“We undoubtedly live in a 24/7 world where entertainment news is just a click away but what our viewers crave is analysis, commentary and POV that goes deeper than a headline. and building on our success with a second home in New York and more hours of coverage.” News footprint is unparalleled, and our growth continues with this investment in more edgy, comedic, personality-driven linear programming,” said Filler. “The E! We are leaning into what is uniquely E!
Similar to the LA-based "Daily Pop," this NY-based series will feature a panel of personalities delivering irreverent and unfiltered conversations centered around the buzziest entertainment news stories of the day.
A weekly review series which will discuss what TV shows, movies, music, social sensations, viral videos and more that pop culture fans should be bingeing now.
Tammy Filler, who was brought in to spearhead the cable channel's coverage expansion in April, also announced that "E! The expansion includes a variety of pop culture commentary formats, an in-home celebrity interview series, a weekly review show, and New York-based morning and daytime news series. News" will transition into a morning show and that "Nightly Pop" will expand to four nights a week.
This series will take viewers inside celebrity homes for in-depth interviews and conversation around their latest projects, products, passions and more.
"Daily Pop" will continue to air weekdays at 12pm ET/PT, while “Nightly Pop," the channel's E!'s topical late night talk series, will double from two nights per week to four in the fall.” /> Two additional celebrity and pop culture commentary formats are also in development at E! for air in 2020.
E! has unveiled its expanded slate of entertainment news programming, with several new shows set to debut in 2020.
Some of the new formats coming to E! in 2020 include the following:
Club” (working title) “BingE!

Impacted employees were offered separation packages, though the company hopes to place those laid off in new available positions.
News' coverage, according to the source. The outlet's staff was pulled into a meeting late Tuesday morning with Tammy Filler, who was brought in in April to expand E!
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News' expanded programming slate and decision to transform its nightly show in Los Angeles to a morning show based in New York, the entertainment news outlet is laying off around 20-25 staff who worked on the nightly broadcast in Los Angeles. In tandem with the announcement of E!
"People are heartbroken because some of the staff have been on this show for a decade or longer," said a source close to the situation. "There were a lot of red eyes today."
E! news is offering affected employees the opportunity to apply for positions associated with the new shows launching in 2020 in both Los Angeles and New York.

team for several years overseeing day-to-day production, segments and series. " She was a vital member of the 10 a.m. We couldn’t be happier to welcome her back." "It’s a homecoming for Joanne who spent nearly 30 years at 'Today,' rising from page to senior producer," said NBC News President Noah Oppenheim in a memo to staffers Tuesday.
The change is just the latest for NBC's morning franchise, which has been going through a series of changes in the two hours that follow the show's flagship 7 a.m. And Gifford stepped down from the fourth hour earlier this month. The show's third hour now features anchors  Al Roker, Dylan Dreyer, Craig Melvin and Sheinelle Jones, who replaced an hour previously led by Megyn Kelly. to 9 a.m. slot.
And on Monday, NBCUniversal announced that Tammy Filler, the fourth hour's longtime chief, would move over to E! hour that is now led by Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager. Joanne LaMarca, a longtime "Today" staffer who left NBC News in 2017 after a long run, will return as the new head of the 10 a.m. The hour is in the midst of a transition: Kotb's long-time co-host, Kathie Lee Gifford, recently stepped down, succeeded by Hager. to help run an expanded news operation.
News divisions often install new producers at a program when an anchor change takes place.” />
Just after NBC News recalibrated the fourth our of its daytime "Today" program, it has named a new executive producer to oversee the show.