Peacock Launches LIT, a 24-Hour Entertainment News Channel





Today, multi-platform entertainment news network LIT launches its first-ever 24-hr entertainment news channel on Peacock. The channel launches today at 12 pm ET and will stream exclusively on Peacock in the US with plans to expand internationally next month. LIT will launch with its flagship news program, LIT Entertainment News in a 3-hour block. The show is a fresh take on celebrity and entertainment news hosted by Bradford How, Sloane Glass, and Ruba Wilson.

The channel’s creators are Claudia Rosencrantz and Adrian Woolfe, whose previous work includes Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?, Love Island, The X Factor, American Idol, Got Talent, Hell’s Kitchen, and more.

“We are delighted to launch our first channel on Peacock. This is just the beginning,” added Adrian Woolfe. “We’re excited to continue LIT’s expansion with more partners, platforms and talent around the globe in the coming months. Watch this space!”  

“We’re thrilled to bring LIT’s fresh take on the world of celebrity and entertainment to Peacock,” said Claudia Rosencrantz. “An incalculable amount of social content is posted by celebrities every day, and LIT is here to help fans navigate it all, be they TikTokers, YouTubers, Hollywood A-listers or the Royals.” 

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