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Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Premieres Moved to Sept. 9th

CNN Moves Up Premieres of ‘CROSSFIRE,’ ‘AC360° Later’ to Sept. 9
CNN today confirmed it will accelerate the launch plans for two of its new fall programs, CROSSFIRE and AC360° Later.  In light of rapidly changing events impacting the American response to the Syrian humanitarian crisis, launches for both new shows have been moved forward to premiere on Monday, Sept. 9, 2013, on CNN/U.S.
CROSSFIRE, the 30-minute topical debate program, will air Mondays through Fridays at 6:30pm, with encores at 2:00am on CNN/U.S.  CROSSFIRE will also air each weeknight on CNN International at 11:30pm.  Episodes of AC360° Later, the 60-minute panel discussion program hosted by CNN’s Anderson Cooper, will focus on a range of news and pop culture topics with informed guests and correspondents, and will air Mondays through Thursdays on CNN/U.S. and CNN International at 10:00pm.  All times Eastern.
Hosted by S.E. Cupp, Stephanie Cutter, Newt Gingrich, and Van Jones, the network’s new edition of CROSSFIRE will reflect the format of the classic program, featuring two of its regular hosts, from different ideological perspectives, to discuss the key news and cultural issues of the day.  A guest with special insights on the topic central to that day’s debate will join in the discussion with the hosts, each of whom themselves have special areas of subject expertise.
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Anonymous said...

According to Huffpost, there is plenty of good news for Chris Hayes
and MSNBC's bet has paid off, going into the 8PM hour.
Hayes's ratings are up to 700,000 and he has had a consistent lead over Anderson Cooper's 500,000.
Maybe if Anderson gave the viewers a little less Ajami and a little less of what HE wanted, and more of what the viewer wanted, less Obama bashing, his ratings would be higher.

Anonymous said...

Yaaaaay, I didnt realize Anderson was getting his panel show back. It came on for a week which was really good and then that was it. Well its good to see it coming back full time. I guess the next few weeks there will be LOTS to discuss so I can see why this and Crossfire has moved up. I was wondering why didnt they just put Crossfire during the 10 p.m. spot and now I know.