Andy Levy To Join S.E. Cupp’s Show…

TVNewser’s Chris Ariens writes that former Red Eye Ombudsman Andy Levy is joining S.E. Cupp’s HLN show when it launches.
“When” being the operative word here…

It’s been many months in the making but it now looks like two new HLN shows, one hosted by S.E. Cupp and another hosted by former CNN anchor Carol Costello will launch next month, on the same day. HLN doesn’t yet have an exact launch date.

But an HLN spokesperson confirmed that Andy Levy, formerly of Fox News Channel’s Red Eye, is joining Cupp’s show as a senior producer and panelist.

Levy should make for an interesting panelist on Cupp’s show. But if I was holding my breath waiting for Costello and Cupp’s shows to launch since their announcement…I’d be long dead and buried by now.

Yeah…I’m being more cynical and sarcastic than usual. But CNN deserves it. It set up these shows long ago and then…and then…we waited as blown launch date after blown launch date passed by. I’m now thinking this was a money thing…that CNN didn’t give HLN the budget to launch these shows when they were supposed to launch.

If that’s the case it really tells you all you need to know about how CNN corporate views HLN.

Not very highly.

What a soap opera this has become.

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2 Responses to “Andy Levy To Join S.E. Cupp’s Show…”

  1. […] Joe Scarborough moonlighting.  ICN: How does CNN corporate view HLN? […]

  2. notfoxy Says:

    This could work out to being a good show, but they’re pushing their luck on people remembering either SE or HLN by the time it launches. What a fiasco.

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