On Tuesday, May 28, Entertainment Weekly will launch its 24/7 SiriusXM radio channel. Entertainment Weekly Radio will be available on channel 105, on the SiriusXM Internet Radio App, and online at siriusxm.com. We’re kicking things off at 7 a.m. ET with a “Town Hall” interview with Hugh Jackman about his career and his upcoming summer movie The Wolverine, moderated by EW’s Jess Cagle. If you can’t get up that early, you can click here for rebroadcasting times closer to the date.
“Having Hugh Jackman join us to launch the channel is as much of a thrill for all of us at EW as it will be for listeners,” said Cagle in a press release.
Here’s a full list of the shows the station will be offering. Set your reminders now! [UPDATED SCHEDULE]:
EW Morning Live
Monday—Friday, 8:00 am –10:00 am ET
Entertainment Weekly’s Dalton Ross and Survivor winner and TV host Jenna Morasca will host a live weekday morning show discussing all things pop culture: movies, TV, music and more. Hosts Dalton and Jenna will share their perspectives on what is best (and worst) in daily entertainment options, talk to some of today’s biggest stars, and hear from listeners about their latest entertainment obsessions.
Monday—Friday, 10:00 am –11:00 am ET
Each day, Entertainment Weekly’s Dalton Ross and Jessica Shaw will recap TV shows from the previous night, diving deep into shocking moments and jaw-dropping plot twists—as well as preview upcoming episodes and casting. The live one-hour show will feature interviews with the stars, creators and writers of TV’s most popular series, and listeners are encouraged to call in to voice their opinions and relive unforgettable moments.
Monday—Friday, 2:00—3:00 pm ET
The editors of Entertainment Weekly will now also be the most trusted voices on the radio. The Editor’s Hour will feature a weekly show hosted by Entertainment Weekly Editor Jess Cagle, as well as the magazine and website’s movies, music and TV editors who will answer questions from listeners, take them behind-the-scenes of some of the biggest projects in Hollywood, and provide insight into pop culture’s biggest trends.
News & Notes
Monday—Friday, 3:00 –6:00 pm ET
Daily, three hour, live show hosted by Julia Cunningham that will keep listeners updated on the day’s entertainment news and the hottest topics in pop culture, including music, movies, books and theater. News & Notes hosts will also be sure to keep listeners informed on what to watch on TV that evening—and what will last a few days on the DVR.
Mondays at 1:00 pm ET
This is a show hosted by Entertainment Weekly’s Clark Collis, Darren Franich and Keith Staskiewicz who want to explore all of the “weird” news and trends in the world of entertainment, including answers to questions such as “does Chewbacca need to wear pants?”.
Women on Pop
Tuesdays at 1:00 pm ET
Hosted by three of Entertainment Weekly’s female staffers, Melissa Maerz, Jessica Shaw and Sara Vilkomerson, this weekly show will be based on their daily ritual of discussing pop culture from a woman’s perspective as friends and colleagues at the magazine.
Tuesdays at 8:00 pm ET
EW’s Lynette Rice gives the inside scoop and industry news in the world of TV.
The Movie Critic’s Show with Owen Gleiberman
Wednesdays at 1:00 pm ET
Veteran Entertainment Weekly critic Owen Gleiberman will share with movie fans his reviews of the best and worst in movies released each week as well as some of his favorite films.
Thursdays at 1:00 pm ET
This popular feature in the magazine will now have a radio counterpart hosted by Entertainment Weekly’s Tim Stack and Tanner Stransky as they review the week’s major “hits” and “misses” in pop culture and entertainment.
The Must List
Thursdays at 8:00 pm ET
Host Jenna Morasca will countdown The Must List, Entertainment Weekly’s trademark list of what’s hot each week in TV, movies, music, books and more.
Having a Moment
Fridays at 1:00 pm ET
Entertainment Weekly’s Grady Smith takes listeners through entertainers that are having a breakout moment or hitting their stride in a notable way and how and why their current projects seem to be bubbling to surface of water cooler conversation.