Larry King is returning to the entertainment world after his 25 year-long CNN series ended in December of 2010, with a new 30-minute talk show to debut on Hulu and Hulu Plus. The name of his new show is called Larry King Now, and is being produced by new digital production venture Ora TV. The show will feature King interviewing celebrities and reporting on the news.
The first episode of Larry King Now will have the creator of Family Guy, Seth McFarlane as a guest on the show. Other guests scheduled to be on upcoming episodes include political commentator Meghan McCain and actor Matthew McConaughey. The show hopes to highlight what King has always done so well throughout his career, featuring him having great conversations with interesting individuals in a more updated style and version of his past show.
Check out the sneak peek in the video below.
Of course, to keep with the whole Internet theme of things, King will take questions from Twitter instead of phone calls on his new show. Larry King Now episodes are scheduled to be available online around 3pm PST every Monday through Thursday.
[via LA Times]