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TVGN Becomes "Awards Season Central" This Month With Exclusive Programming In Partnership With ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT, PopSugar and More

Starting this month, TVGN (TV Guide Network) will follow everything going on at every major award show, providing viewers with exclusive programming dedicated to covering the celebrities, the festivities and the headlines of Hollywood’s most celebrated season.

“We are partnering with some of the biggest and best brands in entertainment to make TVGN a daily one-stop television destination for the awards season,” said Brad Schwartz, President of Entertainment and Media, TVGN. “Whether it’s live on the red carpet with the best in the business—ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT, the youthful and hip daily lifestyle coverage of POPSUGAR, or the in-depth perspective, discussion and access from THE INSIDER, TVGN has got awards season covered from beginning to end.”

ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT will produce a live red carpet show hosted by anchors Nancy O’Dell and Rob Marciano that will air on TVGN leading up to the Grammy Awards and the Oscars. TVGN LIVE WITH ET AT THE GRAMMYS®, which will also feature ET special correspondent and popular Z100 radio personality Elvis Duran, will premiere on Sunday, Jan. 26 at 5:00 PM, ET/PT. TVGN LIVE WITH ET AT THE OSCARS® will premiere on Sunday, March 2 at 5:00 PM, ET/PT. Linda Bell Blue, D.J. Petroro, and Linda Fuller are Executive Producers and Leslie Kawaguchi is Co-Executive Producer for ET, with Nikki Kemezis executive producing for TVGN. Clay Smith is Co-Executive Producer for ET for TVGN LIVE WITH ET AT THE GRAMMYS.

POPSUGAR, which boasts more than 22 million unique users and 51 million video views per month across its online sites, will create a daily half-hour entertainment news series exclusively for TVGN based on its successful daily web show, POPSUGAR LIVE, throughout the awards season. POPSUGAR NOW will air on TVGN for 12 weeks beginning on Monday, Jan. 13 at 6:00 PM, ET/PT. Shot live from its studios in New York, Los Angeles and San Francisco, POPSUGAR NOW will bring viewers celebrity news, fashion and lifestyle content throughout the awards season, adding to TVGN's coverage of dozens of award shows including the Golden Globes, SAG, People's Choice, Critics Choice and more.

TVGN will also continue its exclusive cable run of THE INSIDER (weekdays at 12:30 PM, ET/PT and 1:30 PM, ET/PT), CBS Television Distribution's nightly, half-hour entertainment newsmagazine show. THE INSIDER reports on the world of celebrity news from a unique in-depth perspective, covering the day’s breaking news, as well as the latest in fashion, music, television, film and world events.

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