National Enquirer TV
|National Enquirer TV|
|Also known as||National Enquirer's Uncovered (season 2)|
|Presented by||Mike Walker
Susan Campos (first half of Season 1)
James Hill (second half of Season 1)
Jack Maxwell (Season 2)
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||2|
|No. of episodes||TBA|
|Executive producer(s)||Dennis Bogorad
|Running time||30 min|
|Production company(s)||Bogorad/Wyler Productions
|Original run||August 30, 1999– July 6, 2001|
In season 2, National Enquirer TV changed its name to National Enquirer's Uncovered, and the show's host was former Sunset Beach actor Jack Maxwell. On the show, every episode includes Walker's Planet Gossip with its daily dish on the day's news. Walker always ends his commentary with "And now you know it all, almost!"
The show ended first-run episodes on July 6, 2001 with repeats lasting until August 31, 2001 when the show went off the air for good.
In popular culture
The television series SCTV predicted shows like National Enquirer TV in a 1983 skit focusing on an episode of 'National Midnight Star TV' which tackled many of the same stories.
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