Kudlow & Cramer
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|Kudlow & Cramer|
|Presented by||Larry Kudlow
|Country of origin||United States|
|Running time||60 minutes|
|Original release||2002– February 11, 2005|
|Preceded by||America Now|
|Followed by||Kudlow & Company|
Kudlow & Cramer is a CNBC American business and politics television program hosted by conservatives Lawrence Kudlow and Jim Cramer, which aired weekdays from 2002 to 2005. The program initially ran at 8 PM Eastern Time, taking over the time slot of Hardball with Chris Matthews (which moved to sister channel MSNBC), but later moved to the 5 PM slot.
Kudlow & Cramer was the successor to the short-lived CNBC show America Now, which began with a rotating set of hosts and ended with Kudlow and Cramer as the two co-hosts. CNBC then created a show specifically for the two; the ordering of the name was picked via a coin toss at the end of the last America Now episode.
Kudlow & Cramer had high TV ratings in comparison to other CNBC shows, after CNBC's TV ratings went down because of the negativity of the dot-com bubble burst and the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the U.S.
The program last aired on February 11, 2005, before it was split into Kudlow & Company, which first aired February 14, and Mad Money, hosted by Cramer, which began on March 14 of the same year, replacing Dylan Ratigan's Bullseye .
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