Millions tune in via television to watch the latest celebrity gossip and entertainment news. Not every American has cable or satellite. Thus, the following five great news shows about pop culture, not in particular order, air through over-the-air broadcast to reach millions of viewers across America.
“TMZ” is a syndicated show, airing on Fox and The CW affiliates, that discusses celebrity news with a tabloid feel. Unlike most entertainment news programs, there is no anchor delivering stories. However, “TMZ” is known for breaking news before its competitors.Confused? Here ‘s a little help .
“Entertainment Tonight” airs on CBS stations. Nancy O’Dell is the main host of “ET,” the shortened name of the show.
“Access Hollywood” airs on NBC stations anchored by Billy Bush. A unique segment, AH Nation, shows story ideas chosen by viewers.
“Extra” airs on NBC stations and taped at The Grove at Farmer’s Market in Los Angeles. The show has live music performances, fashion segments and fan interactions.
“omg! Insider” is the current name of “The Insider,” which is a spin-off of “Entertainment Tonight.” The show is syndicated through CBS. Originally tabloid in nature, the show uses traditional format today.
All these five shows center on the latest news about celebrities and entertainment.