Andy Cohen Extends SiriusXM Deal For Radio Andy Through 2022

 

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Andy Cohen‘s life on the radio just got a really sweet extension.

Deadline reported on Wednesday, October 2, that Andy, 50, inked a 3-year deal with SiriusXM in which he will continue to host his show Andy Cohen Live through 2022. 

The deal includes the Radio Andy channel’s suite of programs including Jeff Lewis Live, Bevelations with Bevy Smith, Dan Rather’s America, Reality Checked with Amy Phillips, Sandyland with Sandra Bernhard and others.

“I love the freedom of radio, especially long form, uncensored interviews and the immediate connection with my audience.  Building this channel into a platform to discuss everything from politics with Dan Rather to Pop Culture with Jeff Lewis has been an incredibly satisfying creative experience,” the father-of-one said. “I’m grateful to have three more years to continue expressing the breadth of my passion and one channel up the dial from my radio hero, Howard Stern.”

He shared the good news on his Instagram the same day that came equipped with an almost 4-minute long video of him and other stars that have passed through the Radio Andy hallways. 

Andy’s list of A-list guests over the past four years are nothing short of impressive. Everyone from Jennifer Lopez to Mariah Carey to Cameron Diaz and more have stopped by to discuss their lives and much more. 

“Andy Cohen created a channel for us that hadn’t been heard on radio before, and in only a short time it has routinely delivered news-making interviews and compelling conversation,” said Scott Greenstein, President and Chief Content Officer, SiriusXM. “We are thrilled to have Andy Cohen staying in the SiriusXM family. He is an incredible interviewer and personality, and has developed a roster of original talent on his channel that have passionate followers amongst our audience nationwide.”

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Andy’s presence is just as big (if not bigger) on television. He’s been the host of the popular late-night talk show Watch What Happens Live for over a decade and is a constant fixture at all of the Real Housewives reunions.

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