The crowded late-night talk landscape appears poised to remain just as crowded for a while. TheWrap.com reports that one of the newer entries, "The Arsenio Hall Show," will be around for a second season.
The show was renewed by CBS Television Distribution, the story reports. The syndicated show, which started airing in September, has a median viewer age of 50.1 years, which makes it the youngest in late-night TV for broadcast networks, the story notes. It has been averaging 6.7 million unique viewers weekly.
The renewal was announced on Hall’s show with the help of Jay Leno, with the former “Tonight Show” host making his first appearance since he left his own late-night program, the piece notes.
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