Revamped ‘Page Six TV’ Set For Season 2

The syndicated daily pop culture program kicks off second season on Sept. 17 in more than 200 markets with a new set and co-hosts.

Page Six TV, the half-hour daily pop culture syndicated program, modeled after Page Six, the New York Post gossip column and website, is set to return for its second season on Monday, Sept. 17, with new co-hosts, a fresh new look and an expanded team of contributors and insight from the editorial team at the New York Post.

Bevy Smith, Elizabeth Wagmeister and Carlos Greer kick off the second season in their new co-host roles from the show’s New York City-based set, which has been given a fresh new look and feel.

Page Six TV’s second season will also feature a handful of new contributors from the editorial team at the New York Post, including the addition of Page Six’s Tashara Jones, Maggie Coughlan, Oli Coleman, Mara Siegler and other reporters from the newsroom. Page Six Editor Emily Smith and Deputy Editor Ian Mohr, who provided numerous exclusives during the show’s first season, will continue their regular participation in the daily show in season two.

And this fall, Page Six TV will start rolling out exclusive news reports for its station partners on the biggest headlines, featuring insight and additional coverage from both the Page Six editorial team and on-air talent.

Page Six TV tied for No. 1 among new first-run series of the 2017-18 season among adults 25-54 and women 25-54 (with Daily Mail TV), attracted 4 million unique viewers a week during its first season and was the youngest skewing magazine in national syndication (tied with TMZ), according to Nielsen numbers.

Page Six TV has been renewed by Twentieth Television through the 2018-19 season in more than 200 markets covering 98% of the country, including Fox Television Stations in New York, Los Angeles and Chicago and 13 other top markets.


Page Six TV is from Endemol Shine North America and distributed by Twentieth Television in national syndication.

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