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Chris Wallace Will Lead New Show in CNN Sunday Block

Click here to read the full article. Chris Wallace left a Sunday show on Fox News Channel to jump into the world of streaming at CNN. But now he’s going back to a weekend format for which he is best known: Wallace will take the reins of a new Sunday program on CNN, the network announced Wednesday during an upfront presentation for its parent company, Warner Bros. Discovery. The show is intended to serve as part of a new “CNN Sunday” premium block that will also include a new program devoted to llonget-form enterprise journalism from CNN correspondents that sounds similar to...
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CNN anchor Chris Wallace’s new gig revealed after CNN+ collapse

CNN’s Chris Wallace has reportedly landed a new gig at the left-leaning network — weeks after the implosion of the company’s doomed streaming service CNN+ left the Fox News alum uncertain about his future. The veteran news anchor will host a primetime show as part of CNN’s Sunday night lineup beginning this fall, the network announced on Wednesday at Warner Bros. Discovery’s upfront presentation. Aside from its weekly spot in CNN’s primetime lineup, Wallace’s show will also air on the HBO Max streaming service. The interview-centric program will retain the same name — “Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?” — that it used...
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Chris Wallace to anchor show on CNN after CNN+ collapse

Chris Wallace's streaming home may be dead, but his show will live on. CNN confirmed Wednesday the former Fox News anchor will host a show on its cable network. Who's Talking to Chris Wallace will air Sunday evenings on CNN and also be available to stream on HBO Max. Wallace...

Eva Longoria and Chris Wallace CNN+ shows will move to HBO Max and CNN

It is unknown at this time where the rest of the CNN+ slate will end up, however, or if select CNN+ titles will later arrive on HBO Max further down the road. Before the launch of CNN+, HBO Max was the streaming home of many CNN titles, including “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown.” HBO Max is a good place for these shows, as Warner Bros. Discovery shared with advertisers that HBO Max and discovery+ are enhancing the consumer experience with a light ad load, with less than four minutes of commercials per hour on average. Additionally, 80% of viewers watch HBO Max and discovery+ on their TV screens, and half are cord-cutters. According to the company, this extends the reach of advertisers into non-cable homes.

Chris Wallace Lands HBO Max Show After CNN+ Collapse

Chris Wallace's CNN+ show Who's Talking to Chris Wallace? is moving to HBO Max this fall, Warner Bros. Discovery announced on Wednesday. Featured interviews from the show will also air on CNN on Sunday evenings. The announcement comes after the sudden collapse of CNN+ last month, which touted Wallace —...

'Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?' Will Move to HBO Max and CNN

There have been a lot of casualties in the Warner Brothers Discovery merger. One of the hardest hit brands has been CNN whose short-lived streaming service CNN+ shut down just last month. That streaming service offered more than a few interesting shows, one of which being the talk show Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?. Now CNN has announced that Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace? is moving to HBO Max in the fall with featured interviews premiering on CNN as well.

Chris Wallace Will Bring His CNN+ Show To HBO Max And CNN

Chris Wallace, whose time as a host on CNN’s failed streaming platform CNN+ ended abruptly last month, will bring his interview show to CNN and HBO Max beginning this fall. The network said Wallace would continue to serve as an anchor for CNN. “Part of the CNN brand is...