CNN+ announces three daily series

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CNN has announced three daily shows for its upcoming streaming service.

5 Things,” “The Big Picture” and “Go There” will all become daily series on CNN+ from day one, which is set for sometime in the spring of 2022.

“5 Things” is inspired by the network’s existing email newsletter and podcast. Kate Bolduan will anchor the new morning show, which uses a countdown style format to report to top stories of the day.

Sara Sidner will host “The Big Picture,” which will offer an in-depth look at “the most important and interesting story of the day.”

Also, the network’s “Go There” digital series will move to CNN+ on a daily basis. The show will use the network’s correspondents as “hosts,” taking viewers around the world to explore breaking news and major stories in a live “all access” format.

CNN has not announced a premiere date, pricing or full schedule for CNN+.

The network has been making a slew of announces about the upcoming streamer in the recent weeks and months, including hiring away Kasie Hunt from NBC, Chris Wallace from Fox and Audie Cornish from NPR.

Anderson Cooper’s digital series “Full Circle” will also move over to CNN+.