Fox After Breakfast

Fox After Breakfast

"Fox After Breakfast" was a morning talk show brought over to the Fox network in 1997 from it's sister cable station, FX. For a year, Fox was part of the morning show bandwagon. Set in a big apartment in New York City, host Tom Bergeron along with a short-lived hostess named Laurie Hibberd would interview people. There were also the Road Warriors that reported features all over America. Nancy Giles was the "unseen" announcer & for comic relief to delight both adults & kids, Bob the Puppet. Unfortunately, Fox fired Laurie, then Bob the Puppet (near Christmas) followed by Tom Bergeron. Nancy was now the "seen" & sole hostess of the show until August 1997 she was replaced by (and the show renamed) "The Vicki Lawrence Show".

Episode Info

Tom BergeronTom Bergeron
As Host
Laurie HibberdLaurie Hibberd
As Co-Host (1996)
Al RosenbergAl Rosenberg
As Bob The Puppet
Vicki LawrenceVicki Lawrence
As Co-Host (1997)
Nancy GilesNancy Giles
As Announcer, Host
Jeff MacGregorJeff MacGregor
As Road Warrior
Jillian HamiltonJillian Hamilton
As Road Warrior
Phil KeoghanPhil Keoghan
As Road Warrior
Suzanne WhangSuzanne Whang
As Road Warrior

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Producer: Allison Blecker, Paul Shavelson, Helen Tierney
Co-Producer: Michael Opelka
Associate Producer: Ross Kaiman
Assistant Producer: Rich Sirop

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Classification: Talk Shows
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: FOX ( USA)
Airs: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays at 09:00 am
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: August 12, 1996
Ended: September 12, 1997
• Breakfast Time (Previous Version - FX Network), (Used In USA)
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