Late-night syndicated show premieres Sept. 9
Alert the Dog Pound: The new "Arsenio Hall Show" has been sold in 95 percent of the country.
The late-night syndicated talk show will debut on Sept. 9, anchored by the Tribune Broadcasting station group. It has also been picked up by stations from CBS Television, Local TV, Sinclair Broadcasting, LIN Television Stations, Belo Corp., Cox Enterprises, Media General, Post-Newsweek Stations, Newport Television, Raycom Media, The Grant Group and Sunbeam Television, CBS Television Distribution said.
The show will mostly air at 10 and 11 p.m. across the country.
Hall, who recently won the latest edition of NBC’s “Celebrity Apprentice,” hosted the original "Arsenio Hall Show,” from 1989 to 1994. Among its most memorable moments was then-presidential candidate Bill Clinton playing saxophone on the show in 1992.
The show is produced by CBS Television Distribution, in association with Arsenio Hall Communications Ltd. and Octagon Entertainment Productions. Hall and John Ferriter will executive produce.
Watch Hall's captivating interview with Vanilla Ice: