The Vulture Show “will deliver smart, irreverent and ‘slightly off’” entertainment news covering TV, movies, music, art, books, theater and celebrities. The weekly dual-hosted talk show will feature some of Vulture’s most influential contributing voices and will be comprised of in studio features, field pieces and celebrity guest interviews, according to IFC.
“IFC has found the perfect pop culture accomplice with New York Magazine’s Vulture,” said Christine Lubrano, SVP Original Programming at IFC. “We look forward to developing a show that provides our viewers with a sophisticated and humorous first-look at all things entertainment before it’s the news everyone is buzzing about.”
Said New York magazine Editor-in-Chief Adam Moss: “It’s fitting that we bring Vulture to TV with IFC, whose offbeat sensibility matches our own. We’ve had a tremendous response to our Vulture Festival events, and are excited for this next incarnation of Vulture.”
The Vulture Show is produced by Vulture in partnership with Matador and Superb Entertainment and executive produced by Meryl Poster, Jay Peterson and Todd Lubin.