‘Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?’ to start fourth season on CNN Max

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CNN announced that”Who’s Talking to Chris Wallace?” will return for its fourth season under the CNN Max offering it added to parent company Warner Bros. Discovery’s Max streamer.

A new episode will drop every week beginning Friday, Sept. 29, 2023.

Hosted by CNN Anchor Chris Wallace, the in-depth program features the renowned journalist in conversation with newsmakers, innovators, and cultural icons across entertainment, sports, politics, and the arts, according to CNN.

Guests for the upcoming season include Academy Award-winning film director, producer, and screenwriter Oliver Stone; Emmy-winning veteran NFL sportscaster Al Michaels; Grammy-winning musician Jon Batiste; and financial advisor and author Suze Orman, amongst others to be announced in the weeks ahead.

This fall, Wallace will also host a new Saturday morning addition to CNN’s lineup, “The Chris Wallace Show,” a fresh, fast-paced, and entertaining look at the news from some of the keenest minds in journalism.

Featuring sharp commentary and high-energy discussions, the weekly program will make sense of breaking news, the latest developments in the 2024 presidential race, and set the agenda for what’s next. New episodes will air Saturday mornings at 10 a.m. Eastern on CNN.

“It’s been exciting to bring in such a wide range of guests for thought-provoking conversations throughout our first three seasons, and our fourth will be no different,” said Wallace in a statement. “I’m also looking forward to bringing ‘The Chris Wallace Show’ to CNN, featuring some of the most incisive commentators and columnists. As we head into yet another pivotal election cycle, nothing is off-limits as we tackle the most important issues facing the country.”

Wallace has served as an anchor for CNN since joining the network in January 2022 from Fox’s conservative cable network. “Who’s Talking” was originally a CNN+ program, but after that service shuttered after less than a month, it would eventually move to HBO Max, the streamer that would, in turn, become Max.