Jay Leno Reportedly New CNBC Show About Cars
Jay Leno is coating up his first TV facilitating gig since leaving The Tonight Show in February, and he’s staying in the NBC Universal crew.
Leno is near an arrangement to have another show for CNBC.. The show will concentrate on Leno’s long-lasting adoration for autos and will air during primetime.
Arriving Leno is an overthrow for CNBC. The system, known for monetary news, has experienced low appraisals amid its conventional daytime programming however has had achievement widening its viewership via airing reality shows like The Profit and Restaurant Startup in primetime. Its greatest draw is reruns of budgetary amusement show Shark Tank, which have performed extremely well for the system.
Today evening time Show rod to Jimmy Fallon before the Winter Olympics in February. Sources say he was courted by a few outlets, including CNN, A&E, History and the Tribune stations. Anyhow Leno has been devoted to NBC (his auto themed web arrangement Jay’s Garage is still facilitated on Nbc.com), and he has an association with CNBC president Mark Hoffman. CNBC publicized a Jay’s Garage unique over the Labor Day weekend called Jay’s Garage: The Ultimate Car Week.
Sources say a debut date for the Leno show has not been set, nor has the recurrence of the show, which will be a standard arrangement. The comic hasn’t backed off since surrendering his daily NBC roost following 22 years. Dissimilar to his Tonight Show antecedent Johnny Carson, who basically vanished from the general population eye when he exited the show in 1992, the broadly workaholic Leno has kept occupied. He has visited the nation with his stand-up act, facilitated a recompenses demonstrate in Jerusalem in May, and recently he joined NBC’s Al Roker and others in Afghanistan to dispatch a USO visit.
CNBC declined to remark on Leno or the transactions, however NBC Entertainment administrator Bob Greenblatt, who broadly conflicted with Leno when the comic targeted NBC’s low primetime appraisals, said the previous summer that he wanted to keep Leno in the NBC family in a senior statesman part. “Nothing would make us more satisfied than for him, a la Bob Hope, to still be a vicinity on the system,” Greenblatt said amid the TCA during the summer press visit in July 2013