The freshman syndicated show from the New York Post and Endemol Shine North America will be available the day after broadcast beginning Thursday.
Endemol Shine North America and the New York Post’s new nationally syndicated Page Six TV, which launched in September in more than 200 markets across the U.S., will make its streaming debut tomorrow, Thursday, Nov. 16, exclusively on Hulu.
Endemol Shine International has licensed Page Six TV to Hulu, where each daily 30-minute episode will be made available to stream on Hulu the day after its broadcast debut.
Page Six TV, which debuted Sept. 18 delivers gossip and news from entertainment, culture, the media, finance, real estate and politics. Since its debut, it has featured numerous celebrity guests to its New York City studio, including Craig Robinson, Dr. Oz, Joy Behar, Terry Crews, Vivica A. Fox and Tamar Braxton.
Page Six TV has been sold in more than 98% of the country for its first season by Twentieth Television and is broadcast daily on the Fox Television Stations in 16 markets, including New York, Los Angeles and Chicago.
“We’re thrilled to be joining Hulu’s lineup, giving Page Six TV viewers an opportunity to catch up on episodes they may have missed the day before on local broadcast stations,” says Endemol Shine North America CEO Cris Abrego. “Page Six TV has quickly asserted itself as must-see daily viewing for millions nationally and Hulu’s subscribers will now have the opportunity to enjoy all of the breaking news and fun that comes with each episode.”
Page Six TV is modeled after Page Six, the iconic New York Post gossip column and website. It’s hosted by John Fugelsang (Sirius XM Radio/VH1) and the show’s insiders include Bevy Smith (Bravo’s Fashion Queens), Variety entertainment reporter Elizabeth Wagmeister and New York Post Page Six senior reporter Carlos Greer.
Page Six Editor Emily Smith and Deputy Editor Ian Mohr provide updates and insight, as well as exclusive first-looks into the latest breaking stories from the newsroom.