In the Loop with iVillage

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In the Loop with iVillage
Format variety, daytime
Starring

Kim Coles (2007-2008)
Naamua Delaney (2006-2007)
Bob Oschack (2006-2007)
Molly Pesce (2006-2007)
Bill Rancic (2007-2008)
Stefani Schaeffer (2006-2007)
Ereka Vetrini (2007-2008)
Guy Yovan (2006-2007) Executive Producer: Marlaine Selip Supervising Producer: Cindy Patrasso

Directed By: Keith Hobelman
Country of origin United States
Production
Running time 60 minutes
Broadcast
Original channel NBC
Picture format 16:9 1080i HDTV
Original run December 4, 2006 (2006-12-04) – March 28, 2008 (2008-03-28)
External links
Website

In the Loop with iVillage is an American television program. The program served as a brand extension of the NBC Universal-owned iVillage website, which focuses on advice and issues of interest to women, and was hosted by actress and comedian Kim Coles, season one The Apprentice winner Bill Rancic, and Ereka Vetrini, who also was in the first season of The Apprentice. The show was produced through the facilities of WMAQ-TV in Chicago, and aired exclusively on stations owned and operated by NBC.

This program was originally known as iVillage Live, which premiered on December 4, 2006 with virtually the same format. iVillage Live emanated from Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida, with Miami-based NBC station WTVJ responsible for the program's production. The show also aired on a one-day delay on Bravo when it launched, but the repeats ended on Bravo after three weeks. On September 4, 2007, NBC Universal Television and iVillage.com officially announced the relaunch of IVillage Live as In the Loop with iVillage.[1]

At its initial launch, iVillage Live was hosted by Molly Pesce, Stefani "Sissy" Schaeffer, and Guy Yovan, and featured contributions from Naamua Delaney and Bob Oschack. All five relatively unknown hosts were removed from the program when it was relaunched.

On February 18, 2008, NBC officially confirmed that the series had been cancelled.[2] Production of the series continued until March 21, 2008, followed by a week of rebroadcasts; the final original episode was reaired on March 28, 2008.

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