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Andy Cohen: SiriusXM channel Radio Andy adds more weekly shows

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Andy Cohen’s SiriusXM channel is getting a little more star power. SiriusXM announced Monday the additional programming heading for Cohen’s exclusive channel, Radio Andy, which launches Monday. 

Additional programming for Radio Andy will now feature weekly shows from John Benjamin Hickey (My Favorite Song with John Benjamin Hickey), Jonathan Alter (Alter Family Politics), Mickey Boardman and Chrissie Miller (PAPER Radio), Amy Phillips (Reality Checked with Amy Phillips), Biggs and Jenny Mollen (Jason and Jenny), and John Hill (The Feels with John Hill). There will also be two specials: F.U.: Feminist University with Ricki Lake and Abby Epstein, and Free Advice from Ev and Lou Cohen (Cohen’s parents!).

The Watch What Happens Live host is set to produce the new channel, and will host several shows of his own including Deep & Shallow with Andy Cohen, a daily interview series with guest appearances by Madonna (who was interviewed by Cohen for the EW issue he guest-edited), Connie Britton, Judd Apatow and more.

“I’ve obviously been producing television for 25 years but I’ve never produced radio,” Cohen told EW earlier this summer of the channel. “I love the format. I love the medium. So the idea of being able to shape a whole channel around people that I love is so cool. And I get to program it and schedule it so it’s very fun.”

Previously announced weekly shows include Sandra Bernhard’s Sandyland, Bevy Smith’s Bevelations, and Lance Bass’ Dirty Pop with Lance Bass with more information available here

Radio Andy (channel 102) is slated to premiere Sept. 14.

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