CBS’ syndicated entertainment news program “The Insider” will end in September after 13 seasons on the air, TheWrap has learned.
The show was created in 2004, as a spinoff to “Entertainment Tonight,” originally hosted by Pat O’Brien and Lara Spencer.
“The Insider” went through several iterations and formats, seguing from tabloid fare and true crime features into more straightforward entertainment news rundowns.
The show aired in a one-hour block of entertainment news programs alongside sister show “Entertainment Tonight.”
Current hosts are Louis Aguirre and Debbie Matenopoulos, with Michael Yo and Keltie Knight serving as correspondents.
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