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Entertainment Tonight
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Created by

Al Masini

Presented by

Kevin Frazier
Nischelle Turner

Country of origin

United States

Seasons and episodes

41 seasons, 12,558 episodes (as of October 23, 2021; 10,465 weekdays; 2,093 weekend)

Production companies

Paramount Domestic Television (seasons 1–25)
CBS Paramount Domestic Television (seasons 25–27)
CBS Television Distribution (2007–2021)
CBS Media Ventures (2021–present)

Original network

Syndicated

Original release

September 14, 1981 – present


Entertainment Tonight (or simply ET) is an American first-run syndicated news broadcasting newsmagazine program that is distributed by CBS Media Ventures throughout the United States and owned by ViacomCBS Streaming.

The format of the program is composed of stories of interest from throughout the entertainment industry, exclusive set visits, first looks at upcoming film and television projects, and one-on-one interviews with actors, musicians and other entertainment personalities and newsmakers.

A one-hour weekend edition, ET Weekend (known as Entertainment This Week until September 1991), originally offered a recap of the week's entertainment news, with most or all episodes later transitioning to center (either primarily or exclusively) around some sort of special theme; though the weekend edition now utilizes either format depending on the episode, most commonly, the format of those broadcasts consists of replays of stories that were shown during the previous week's editions.

ET Radio Minute, a daily radio feature, is syndicated by Westwood One.

As of 2021, the program's weekday broadcasts are anchored by Kevin Frazier and Nischelle Turner, while the weekend editions are anchored by Matt Cohen and Nischelle Turner.

In November 2018, CBS launched a free, 24-hour over-the-top streaming service known as ET Live; it features the correspondents from the linear show with expanded coverage of entertainment news. It is available via web browsers, apps, and most recently, the free streaming service Pluto TV (which added ET Live to its channel lineup in November 2019).

International versions[]

Country Local title Network(s) Host(s)
Arab World ET bel Arabi MBC 4, MBC Masr 2, MBC Group Mariam Saïd, Badr Al Zaidan, Nadrin Faraj, Shahad Ballan, Aline Watfa and Bassel Alzaro
Brazil TV Fama RedeTV! Nelson Rubens, Franklin David and Íris Stefanelli
Canada Entertainment Tonight Canada Global Cheryl Hickey, Roz Weston, Sangita Patel, Carlos Bustamante and Keshia Chante
France Exclusif TF1 Thierry Clopeau, Frédéric Joly, Valérie Bénaïm, Flavie Flament and Emmanuelle Gaume
Jordan ET بالعربي Jordan Roya TV Rania Mazbouh and Amro Jabri
Thailand ET Thailand PPTV, Thairath TV
United Kingdom Entertainment Tonight UK Sky One Amanda Byram
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