‘Access’ Renews Bush’s Contract

Oct 2, 2007  •  Post A Comment

“Access Hollywood” has pinned down co-anchor Billy Bush into the next decade. The syndicated newsmagazine signed Mr. Bush to a new, multiyear contract to remain with the NBC Universal Domestic Television Distribution show.
“Since Billy joined ‘Access Hollywood,’ he has been a pure moment machine,” said “Access” executive producer Rob Silverstein. “Beyond asking the tough questions and really knowing how to have fun, he is brilliantly creative and equally passionate about what we do at our show. I am thrilled that he is with us and look forward to years full of Billy moments and breaking news.”
Mr. Bush joined the “Access” team in 2001 as East Coast correspondent and took over as co-anchor with Nancy O’Dell in 2004, replacing Pat O’Brien. He also has covered the red carpet for the Golden Globes and Grammys, as well as hosting ABC’s live pre-show for the 2004, 2005 and 2006 Academy Awards and “2006 Emmy Red Carpet Special.” In addition, he reported for NBC at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Greece and the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin, Italy. Bush also has hosted several primetime shows for NBC.
“‘Access Hollywood’ has been great for both me and my family. I feel blessed to be asked to continue on here and humbly accept,” said Mr. Bush. “Our show flies under the big action command of our executive producer Rob Silverstein. If you’re with Rob, you’re winning. If not, you better get on his good side.”
(Editor: Horowitz)


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