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Oct 28

John Rich to Host “Rich At Night” Holiday Special

John Rich to Host "Rich At Night" Holiday Special

Wynonna Judd, Sophie Monk and John Rich on the set of “Rich At Night.” Photo courtesy of TV Guide Network.

John Rich will headline an exclusive holiday television event, “Rich At Night,” premiering on TV Guide Network on Monday, November 25 at 8/7c. The special will feature performances and interviews with some of country’s biggest stars, including Wynonna Judd, Kix Brooks and Gretchen Wilson, as well as apperances by John Ratzenberger, Wayne Brady and Gilbert Gottfried. Sophie Monk will co-host.

“There are shows from the West Coast and shows from the East Coast, but my show is speaking to Middle America!” John said. “It’s so much fun to literally go from my living room into the living rooms of people all around the country. ‘Rich At Night’ is a long-time dream come true for me, and I couldn’t be more grateful or excited! Let’s do this!”

“Everyone loves John Rich!” Brad Schwartz, President, Entertainment and Media, TVGN, said. “He’s over-the-top, high-energy, funny, curious, full of heart and is the perfect party host for this holiday television event special. He’ll be taking over Nashville alongside his celebrity friends and dedicated fans. From his house to your house, ‘Rich At Night’ will be the most ‘hell yeah’ way to spend the holidays!”

Filmed on location at “Mount Richmore,” John Rich’s home overlooking Nashville, “Rich At Night” will air throughout the week of Thanksgiving. Highlights from the special include an interview with Wynonna Judd as well as a performance of “What It Takes,” an interview with Kix Brooks and a heart-warming moment with Gretchen Wilson and John at Legends Corner.

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