By Sandra Gonzalez
November 15, 2011 at 08:20 PM EST

Mornings on CBS are going look very different starting in January.

The network announced today that Charlie Rose and Gayle King will join current Early Show co-host Erica Hill for a yet-unnamed morning program that will debut Jan. 9 and air in the timeslot currently occupied by The Early Show.

Rose, best known for his self-titled PBS program, will lead the broadcast at 7 a.m. and continue his duties at PBS, according to reports. King, meanwhile, will depart OWN, home to her program The Gayle King Show, in order to helm the 8 a.m. broadcast.

Jeff Glor, Hill’s current co-host, will serve as a special correspondent for the program.

Read more:

Charlie Rose and Gayle King to join CBS’ ‘Early Show’ — report

Charlie Rose in talks for ‘Early Show’

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