AccuWeather Network launches two hour primetime show

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AccuWeather Network has introduced a new live two hour show called “AccuWeather Prime” hosted by broadcast meteorologist Adam Del Rosso as host.

The show airs 8 to 10 p.m. eastern.

“AccuWeather Prime” offers a unique visual experience assembled by a team of skilled reporters, whose stories are designed to enable their audiences to “see, hear and feel” the weather. Coverage is steeped in a foundation of expertise with insights from AccuWeather weather experts, adding an unrivaled layer of insight in content for viewers. In addition to weather news, with the latest updates on severe weather, and interviews, “AccuWeather Prime” includes exclusive new features that will provide practical weather-wise solutions on how people can live their best lives, whether they are traveling around the world or as staying as close as their backyard. “AccuWeather Prime” will also deliver stories from AccuWeather’s established, themed content series, “Living Well” and “AccuWeather Explores,” to keep viewers entertained, informed and engaged, according to the company.

“We are thrilled to announce the launch of ‘AccuWeather Prime,’ the latest addition to our weekly programming schedule at AccuWeather Network,” said AccuWeather Network General Manager Sarah Katt in a statement. “As we continue to grow, both in content and distribution, we are finding new ways to connect with viewers and build upon the trust and loyalty we have with our growing audience with new and compelling content to match their interests.”

The AccuWeather Network, which reaches millions of viewers via Spectrum TV, DirecTV, AT&T TV Now, Verizon Fios, Philo, fuboTV and Frontier cable, delivers the latest breaking weather news coverage and local forecast information as well as compelling and dynamic weather news content, including hyper-local forecasts, advanced severe weather warnings and weather preparedness tips and tools.

The national AccuWeather Network is available in over 36 million households.