HomeTVTalk ShowsAnderson Cooper’s New Talk Show Expands to 21 Markets Luke Kerr December 10, 2010 Talk Shows 4 Comments Anderson Cooper’s upcoming talk show has received another boost. After being sold in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles and New York, The Hollywood Reporter is now reporting that Cooper’s talk show has lined up 21 major markets to broadcast in. Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution sales executive Rick Meril had this to say about the new show. "This is a series that has the ability to play to a wide audience, whether it’s adjacent to local news or coming out of morning magazines" "And, it is a testament to its strength that stations are now rushing to secure the show for their program line-up and that San Diego and Bakersfield will air Anderson in place of ‘Oprah’ next fall." Photo by PR Photos 4 Responses AlistairCrane December 10, 2010 Is he leaving CNN? Log in to Reply craigcp December 10, 2010 Just what we need another talk show. Here is the latest ratings on The Talk. I think we are talked out. 0.9 18 to 49, but as long as your screwing the boss it will never be axed. We don’t need any more stinken talk shows. Who is going to fill Oprah slot? http://tvbythenumbers.zap2it.com/2010/12/10/the-talk-vs-the-soaps-how-do-the-ratings-stack-up/75037 Log in to Reply miamibeachguy December 11, 2010 At least it is a talk show with Anderson Cooper. He is so awesome. Log in to Reply Katiebug9624 December 11, 2010 Anderson Cooper is a silver fox! But I don’t think I’d be to interested in watching him everyday. I still like him though. Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.