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The Nick Cannon Show Summary

  • The Nick Cannon Show is 90 Minutes long
  • 5 Taping(s) per week
  • Opened January 6, 2020
  • Show Closes: Open ended
  • Day-time talk show
  • Broadcast TV

The Nick Cannon Show is a daytime TV talk show consisting of celebrity interviews, games, current events and hip-hop performances.

The Nick Cannon Show Broadcast Time

The Nick Cannon Show airs at 1:00 PM on Fox5

The Nick Cannon Show Host Profile

Nick Cannon is a multi-award winning TV personality, music producer and actor who grew up in the gang-ridden housing projects of Southern San-Diego. He got his start by rapping and performing comedy shows when he was nine years old with his father, James Cannon and was discovered and signed to jive records in 2001. At Jive, he was then put on the Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius show soundtrack in 2003, with his hip-hop cover version of “Parents Just Don't Understand”. Cannon then started his own entertainment production company which he named, “Ncredible Entertainment” and received a slew of other television hosting gigs. One of the most notable gigs was MTV’s Wild ’N Out which was a hip-hop improv show that featured top rap performers and helped many new urban stars to make a name for themselves. America's Got Talent (AGT) is a competition talent show on NBC that Cannon hosted for seven seasons and he was key in bringing the ratings up over 11 million viewers per episode. During his tenure, the show became one of the highest rated TV shows between 2012 and 2016. Cannon left AGT in 2017 after NBC tried to renew his contract, but failed to come to an agreement. Cannon has also hosted the more recent game show, The Masked Singer on Fox, which has various celebrities who anonymously perform songs and compete for America's vote to stay on the show, all while staying “masked” in big goofy costumes. Cannon is also the chairman of TeenNick, a branch of the Nickelodeon TV network and hosts his own morning radio show, "Nick Cannon Mornings" at Power 106.

The Nick Cannon Show Background

The Nick Cannon Show, with host Nick Cannon, came to television after he successfully filled in for a few days as the host of the Wendy Williams Show in 2019, during Wendy’s extended hiatus. Cannon enjoyed his experience as host so much that he asked the Debmar-Mercury producers to go 50-50 with his own company to produce a talk show. His new talk show gives fans a new way to interact with Nick, and gives Nick the platform to speak about pop culture events, what's going on in the hip-hop world and to talk about hot topics that are on everyone's minds. The show also has skits, bits and celebrity guests, but differentiates itself from other day-time talk shows by having musically-centered guests regularly appearing on the show. He has his guests play games, compete and do skits to get them out of their comfort zones to create a party like environment. It is no secret that this is Cannon’s audition to attempt to take over from one of the all-white late-night broadcast TV host jobs, currently occupied by Jimmy Fallon, Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert and James Corden. The last black late-night host was Arsenio Hall, and that all ended badly in 1994.

ABC Television Studio

57 West 66th Street
New York, NY 10023
Directions: Take the 1 train to 66th Street - Lincoln Center and walk East on 66th street towards Central Park West. The studio is located between Central Park West and Columbus Ave.
Studio Information

Cast Members

Host
Nick Cannon

Producers

Ncredible Entertainment

Debmar-Mercury