E! Sets Premiere For Late Night Talk Show Busy Tonight Hosted By Busy Philipps on December 3 at 10 PM


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E! brings viewers all the best in pop culture as the new late night talk show, Busy Tonight, hosted and executive produced by actress and social media sensation, Busy Philipps, premieres on December 3 at 10 PM. The half hour talk show, airing every Monday, will feature everyone’s favourite unfiltered Hollywood best friend giving her hilarious and outspoken opinions on the latest pop culture stories and trending topics with candid celebrity guest interviews and original comedic segments. The network has also tapped former Co-Executive Producer of Bravo Media’s Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen, Caissie St.Onge, to serve as showrunner. Long-time writer and producer, Caissie St.Onge, joins Busy Tonight after nine years with Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen and has previously worked on popular, Emmy-winning talk shows such as The Rosie O’Donnell Show and The Late Show with David Letterman.

“Busy’s singular point of view which is beloved by so many on her Instagram stories will be on full display in Busy Tonight,” said Amy Introcaso-Davis EVP, Development and Production at E!. “Her hilarious commentary sits on the intersection of pop culture and everyday life…She’s a gifted actress, a mother, a wife, and best friend, and her willingness to give our audience an insider’s view to her life as a celebrity tastemaker and working mom is exactly what the young female E! audience craves.”

Busy Tonight is produced by Little Stranger Inc and Wilshire Studios with Executive Producers Busy Philipps, Julie Darmody, Eric Gurian, and Caissie St.Onge.


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