Whitney-premieres-november-nbcWhitney Cummings is very much on top of the world lately, as her co-creation 2 Broke Girls is a bonafide hit, and her title show Whitney is coming back to NBC to start its second season next Wednesday at 8/7c on NBC.

But that´s not all… she is ending the month premiering a new weekly talk show called “Love You, Mean it with Whitney Cummings“.

Cummings is returning to her stand-up roots with her new weekly talk show from which to share her views on practically everything in the uniquely funny way that made her a favorite roundtable guest on “Chelsea Lately” and a go-to guest for high-profile comedy roasts. With a wide variety of special guests, field pieces, funny correspondents and her very own sidekick, stand-up Julian McCullough, Whitney takes on pop culture, entertainment news and current events as only she can. “Love You, Mean It With Whitney Cummings” premieres at
10:30pm ET/PT on Wednesday, November 28th following “The Soup” only on E!

Each week, Whitney will be doing what she does best — speaking her mind candidly and adding her own comedic
take on what’s going on in the world around her. Honest and utterly unique, she will tell it like it is… and tell it like it ought to be. If it is relevant, she has an opinion about it. Whitney will open each show with her riotous take on news, the internet, and celebrities through her own views on sex and relationships. Not one to ever sit back quietly, Julian will bring his own hilarious two cents to any conversation, whether Whitney asks for it or not.

Joining Whitney is a team of comedic correspondents whose pieces will shed further light – and possible disgrace – on the people, events or subjects that have captured Whitney’s
attention that week. And Whitney will welcome a wide variety of guests including celebrities and newsmakers.

Now, you can watch a preview of Season Two of Whitney video here

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