Guest hosts are filling in after John Fugelsang’s exit, which was called “a mutually agreed upon decision.”
John Fugelsang, host of Twentieth’s Page Six TV since the syndicated show’s launch last fall, is leaving the show. He will be replaced for the time being by guest hosts that will be auditioned throughout the remainder of the season.
The show’s producers said in a statement: “John is a consummate professional and a truly talented comedian and TV personality. We will all miss his presence both on and off the camera. We wish him nothing but the best in all his future endeavors.”
Dave Holmes was the first in a series of guest hosts for Page Six TV. Holmes hosted the show March 12-16 and Jason Dundas hosted March 19-23. Upcoming hosts include veteran MTV personality Quddus and Michelle Buteau, with more to be announced in coming weeks.
The show’s panelists continue — Bevy Smith (from Bravo’s Fashion Queens), Variety entertainment reporter Elizabeth Wagmeister and New York Post Page Six senior reporter Carlos Greer. In addition, Page Six Editor Emily Smith and Deputy Editor Ian Mohr provide updates and insight, as well as exclusive first-looks into the breaking stories.
For its upcoming second season, Page Six TV has been renewed in 90% of the U.S.