The daily syndicated talk show will debut on Aug. 3 for three weeks on Fox-owned stations in markets including New York and Los Angeles.
Fox Television Stations and Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution will debut a three-week test of Ice & Coco, a take on the daily talk show format that adds a husband and wife twist. The announcement was made jointly today by Frank Cicha, SVP of programming, Fox Television Stations; Ken Werner, president, Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution; and Mike Darnell, president, Warner Bros. unscripted and alternative television.
The series will premiere Monday, Aug. 3 on select Fox-owned stations in markets including New York and Los Angeles.
Ice & Coco features veteran actor and rapper Ice-T (Law & Order: Special Victims Unit) and his wife, Coco (Ice Loves Coco), as they take on the topics of the day — all things newsworthy and celeb-worthy, showcasing, Warner Bros, says, “the couple’s fun, authentic vibe and honest curiosity about what’s happening in the world.”
The two hosts plan to interact with their celebrity guests via fun segments, games and open interviews.
The show is executive produced by Candi Carter (The Oprah Winfrey Show, Just Keke) and produced by Telepictures Productions.