CNN on Thursday announced a new show coming to the network in November, according to a press release from the cable news outlet.
The new show will be a new hour of CNN Newsroom, which will air in the early morning hours in the United States and will air live on both CNN U.S. and CNN International.
The program, which will air at 4 a.m. ET every weekday, will begin on November 1 and be anchored by Max Foster and Bianca Nobilo.
According to the CNN statement,
"Foster and Nobilo will together update audiences on the latest breaking news and unpick developing stories with guests and analysts from around the world. The show completes a new European daytime and Asia late afternoon line-up on CNN International, and brings additional international news to early morning audiences in the United States."
The new show will begin on the same morning that CNN's new morning program, anchored by Don Lemon, Poppy Harlow and Kaitlan Collins, will debut. That program will debut at 6 a.m. ET.
The new CNN Newsroom hour will be produced and anchored at CNN International in London.
For years, CNN U.S. has provided hours of simulcasted news coverage from CNN International in the overnight hours in the United States. At various times of the overnight, CNN U.S. is often playing the international simulcast or re-airs of CNN U.S. primetime shows.
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