A+E Networks and Vice Media’s youth-skewing television net Viceland is launching a two-hour variety show four nights per week starting next month.
Vice Live will broadcast live from Vice’s Brooklyn headquarters and cover the day’s trending topics, drawing on content from its offices around the world, covering everything from the culture at large to specific trends in food, fashion, sex, drugs, music and video games.
The two-hour nightly show will be hosted by comedian and actress Marie Faustin (pictured, left); rapper and host Fat Tony (center-left); comedian, director and photographer Sandy Honig (center-right); and writer, comedian and internet personality Zack Fox (right).
The show was conceived to evolve and adapt to its audience from week to week and feature comedy pieces, celebrity visits, short-form videos, and field pieces and check-ins from Vice’s outposts across the globe, as well as opportunities for viewers to interact via social media.
Executive producer Jeremy Hutchins and director Joe Perota will work alongside Viceland EPs Nomi Ernst Leidner, Jeff Sammon and Catherine Whyte on Vice Live.
The show premieres Feb. 25 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Viceland.