Love You, Mean It will be a weekly half-hour show on E! (airing after The Soup) in which Cummings will chat about celebrities, relationships and pop culture. She'll be joined by guests, other comedians and a sidekick, Julian McCullough. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Whitney says: "This show gives me a chance to get back to my stand-up roots… And I'm really excited to be able to say (almost) whatever I'd like on TV again.
Comedian Whitney Cummings has a lot going on this Fall - not only is she a writer and creator of CBS's new series 2 Broke Girls, but she also stars in NBC sitcom Whitney. To wit, NBC entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt introduc... Read Post
Her NBC sitcom may have disappointed, but comedian Whitney Cummings is bouncing back with a late-night talk show on E! Read Post