Anderson Cooper is scheduled to replace Oprah Winfrey in several markets as the land grab to replace the talkshow queen begins. It will also run on Fox owned-and-operated (O&Os) in a number of top markets, including Los Angeles, Chicago and Boston.
Sources say the CNN anchor's daytime talkshow will simply be called "Anderson."
According to the Hollywood Reporter:
The show is billed as a topical format that will cover everything from celebrities and pop culture to social issues and wide-interest news stories. Using his well-established interview skills, Cooper’s show is expected to welcome a broad range of guests and tackle debate-provoking subjects
The show is bing distributed by CNN sister company Warner Bros