New York Post Page Six Gets Fox TV Show

New York Post‘s gossip column website Page Six is getting its own TV Show. The publication, which has its own smartphone app, announced that it is teaming up with Endemol Shine North America and FOX Television Stations to create Page Six TV. Hosts include John Fugelsang (Sirius XM Radio/VH1) as lead host. Mario Cantone (The View, Sex and the City), Bevy Smith (Bravo’s “Fashion Queens), Variety entertainment reporter Elizabeth Wagmeister and Page Six reporter Carlos Greer  as contributors. Page Six Editor Emily Smith and Deputy Editor Ian Mohr will also contribute to breaking news and exclusive stories.

“The original Page Six column and are iconic gossip destinations and Page Six TV is a natural extension of the brand,” Jesse Angelo, publisher of the New York Post and Executive Producer of “Page Six TV said in a statement. “We are very excited about the talented roster of contributors who will each bring their own unique perspective, experience and gossip A-game to the show. They will be as entertaining, insightful, witty and fun as ‘Page Six’ is now in print and online.”

Page Six TV will air for a three week preview beginning Monday July 18. Check your local listings for time and date.


Monica Link

Monica Link

Monica Link, Publisher and Editor for New York City Wired, is a New York City-based multi-media journalist, entrepreneur and performer producing media including content, stage, film and events. Her resume includes interviews with celebrities, New York Times bestsellers, executives and fashion designers. Ms. Link is the founder of Link4Productions Media and Entertainment. The production company has produced sold out events with thousands of attendees, live theater written and produced by Monica Link, and technology and fashion media websites New York City Wired and Snobby Diva. Her performance credits include singing soprano with a Stellar Award nominated choir and theater stage actress. Monica also writes and serves as on on-air journalist. Her media writing and on-air work include Bold TV, National Mortgage News, Tribes art reviews, and the New York Observer.