[05/30/14 - 11:31 PM] Development Update: Friday, May 30 Updates include: CBS Television Distribution pulls the plug on "The Arsenio Hall Show"; Peter Fonda cast in AMC's "Galyntine"; and India Ennenga boards A&E's "The Returned."
[02/26/14 - 05:41 PM] "The Arsenio Hall Show" Renewed for Season 2 Tribune Broadcasting, a partner in production of the syndicated, late-night talk show, will continue to be the anchor station group, airing the show on 17 stations.
[10/04/13 - 11:19 PM] Development Update: Friday, October 4 Updates include: FOX asks for additional scripts of "Brooklyn Nine-Nine"; Harry Connick, Jr., Brad Garrett land comedy projects; and Justin Spitzer brings "The Money Pit" to NBC.
[05/29/12 - 11:06 PM] Development Update: Tuesday, May 29 Updates include: "Private Practice" drops co-star Tim Daly; Comedy Central's "Brickleberry" to premiere Tuesday, September 25; and "Game of Thrones" producers detail season three roles.
ADDITIONAL NOTES: confirmed as canceled on 5/30/14
DESCRIPTION: (from CBS Television Distribution's press release, February 2014) CBS Television Distribution has renewed THE ARSENIO HALL SHOW for a second season, it was announced today by Joe DiSalvo, President of Sales at CTD. Tribune Broadcasting, a partner in production of the syndicated, late-night talk show, will continue to be the anchor station group, airing the show on 17 stations including in the three largest markets on WPIX, New York, at 11 p.m.; KTLA, Los Angeles, at 11 p.m.; and WGN, Chicago, at 10 p.m. THE ARSENIO HALL SHOW debuted on September 9, 2013, and is watched by 6.7 million unique viewers weekly. The median age of an ARSENIO viewer is 50.1, which is the youngest among late-night talk shows on broadcast TV season to date.*