A new series is coming to E! News called Nightly Pop. Billed as not being safe for daytime, the new series features hosts Nina Parker, Morgan Stewart, and Hunter March. The show will go over the week’s latest celebrity and tabloid headlines and present them to viewers in a laid back-not-safe-for-daytime viewers format. Nightly Pop premieres on October 29, 2018, at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT.
Executive Vice President an GM of E! News, John Najarian released a statement about the new show.
“As our audience’s appetite for entertainment grows, the addition of Nightly Pop will provide our viewers a weekly dose of primetime pop culture commentary that offers a new perspective in late night with E! News. By further expanding our programming E! News continues to elevate and solidify its position as the leading entertainment pop culture news among our competitors.”
Morgan Stewart currently hosts Daily Pop and is a frequent sight across E! News’ platforms. From social media and live streams to E! News’ televisions shows., fans have come to know Stewart for her effervescent and energetic interview skills and hosting abilities.
Nina Parker has an impressive resume as she formerly worked with TMZ, The Insider, Love and Hip Hop Reunions, and has appeared on both The Talk and the Wendy Williams Show.
Hunter March has many achievements under his belt. In addition to being a writer, author, and producer you can find Hunter on Netflix where he host the series Sugar Rush. With plenty of experience, the three hosts have a lot to offer the new series.
Nightly Pop is expected to do well as the individual hosts already have a large fan base and following. The show is described as follows.
Nightly Pop will deliver quick-witted, unexpected and relatable commentary centered around the biggest pop culture stories of the week.
Fans shared their excitement on social media networks such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. One fan said that Nightly Pop gave them life and added hearts and kisses to their tweet.
The hasthag #nightlypop also began appearing on social media.
Nightly Pop will follow the show Busy Tonight.
What do you think? Is there room for another late-night celebrity show?