BROADWAY.COM TEAMS UP WITH CBS FOR  BROADWAY.COM PRESENTS “AT THE TONYS WITH IMOGEN LLOYD WEBBER”    

Posted by on Jun 8, 2018 in Blog

 

BROADWAY.COM TEAMS UP WITH CBS TELEVISION STATIONS FOR
BROADWAY.COM

PRESENTS “AT THE TONYS

WITH IMOGEN LLOYD WEBBER”

SET TO AIR TONY SUNDAY!

 

THE EMMY AWARD-WINNING PROGRAM WILL AIR ON CBS TELEVISION STATIONS ACROSS THE COUNTRY

 

SPECIAL WILL INCLUDE EXCLUSIVE ACCESS TO “HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD,” “THE BAND’S VISIT,” “FROZEN,” “MEAN GIRLS,” AND MORE

 

 

(New York, NY – June 7, 2018) Broadway.com is joining CBS Television Stations once again this year for the Emmy Award-winning Broadway.com Presents At The Tonys With Imogen Lloyd Webber,” the pre-Tony Awards TV special that will air across the country this weekend, in advance of the Tony Awards telecast.  The program is set to air at 11:30am on WCBS-TV in New York City (just after CBS Face The Nation), and on CBS stations across the United States beginning Friday and through the weekend.  Emmy Award winner Imogen Lloyd Webber returns this year to host and give viewers an intimate look at this season’s Tony nominees.

“This has been a wonderful year on Broadway, both artistically and commercially,” said John Gore, Owner and CEO of the John Gore Organization.  “The Tony Awards represent a year’s worth of hard work on Broadway, and we are thrilled to partner with CBS Television Stations to give viewers and theater fans across the country the special behind-the-scenes access that Broadway.com offers year-round.”
Last year, Broadway.com Presents “At The Tonys With Imogen Lloyd Webber” won a New York Emmy Award for special event coverage.

“I’m grateful to the Broadway.com team for once again asking me to host this special. It’s been a simply magical—or one might even say ‘fetch’ year—for Broadway,” said Imogen Lloyd Webber. “Hopefully, viewers will forgive the un-journalistic tear in my eye when I report on Dad’s Lifetime Achievement Tony Award—the whole family is so very proud of him.”

The half-hour special will bring the Tony Award-nominated productions for Best Musical, Best Play, Best Musical Revival and Best Play Revival to center stage.  Imogen Lloyd Webber will host exclusive interviews with Robert Lopez, Kristin Anderson-Lopez, Taylor Louderman, Glenda Jackson, Tony Shalhoub, Katrina Lenk, Ethan Slater, and Noma Dumezweni. Expect to see favorites from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, The Band’s Visit, Mean Girls, Three Tall Women, Frozen, and many more.

Broadway.com Presents “At The Tonys with Imogen Lloyd Webber” broadcast schedule (with additional listings to be announced):

 

Market Station Scheduled Broadcast Time Zone
Albuquerque-Santa Fe (Durango/Roswell) KRQE 6/9/18 @ 12pm MT MT
Alexandria, LA NALB 6/9 1130am CT
Alpena, MI WBKB June 9, 2018 @ 2:30PM and June 10,2018 @ 6:00PM ET
Billings, MT KTVQ June 10th 4:30-5pm MT
Biloxi-Gulfport, MS ELOX June 10, 1230pm CT
Boston (Manchester) WBZ Saturday June 9th at 2:30pm ET
Butte-Bozeman KXLF Sunday June 10th at 4:30pm MT MT
Charleston, SC WCSC Saturday June 9 @ 2PM EST ET
Charleston-Huntington WOWK Saturday June 9, 2018 at 2:30pm ET
Chicago WBBM Sunday, 6/10/18 at 12:30pm CT
Clarksburg-Weston WDTV Sunday June 10th at 12n ET
Colorado Springs-Pueblo KKTV Sunday June 10 at 10:30 am MT
Columbus-Tupelo-W Pnt-Hstn WCBI Saturday 6/9 at 1 pm CT
Dayton, OH WHIO Saturday Jun 9th, 2018 at 12:30pm. ET
Denver, CO KCNC Saturday 6/9/18 1230-1PM MT
Detroit, MI WWJ Sunday, June 10 @ 1200 ET
Duluth-Superior (Chisholm) NBJR 6/9/18 at 12:30pm CT
6/10/18 at 5:00pm CT
CT
Elmira (Corning) EENY Sunday 6/10 from 6pm-6:30pm EST ET
Erie, PA WSEE Sunday 6/10 1:30pm-2pm EST ET
Eureka, CA KVIQ-LD Saturday, June 9 12p-8p TBD PT
Gainesville, FL WGFL 6/10/18 from 6-6:30pm ET ET
Great Falls, MT KRTV Sunday June 10th at 4:30pm MT MT
Greensboro-H.Point-W.Salem WFMY June 9th Saturday at 1:35am ET
Greenvll-Spart-Ashvll-And WSPA 6/10/18 at 12:30pm ET
Greenwood-Greenville WXVT-LD 6/10 @ 12P CT
Huntsville-Decatur (Flor) WHNT Saturday, June 9; 6:30-7p CST CT
Idaho Falls-Pocatllo(Jcksn) KIDK 6/9 1030a
6/10 1130a
MT
Jackson, TN GBBJ Sat June 9   1:00pm CT
Jacksonville, FL WJAX 6/9 at 7:30pm ET
Jonesboro, AR NJNB 6/10/18 12:30pm CT
Lafayette, IN WLFI Sunday, June 10, 2018.  8pm-11pm ET
Lafayette, LA KLFY Saturday, June 9, 2018 @ 1230pm CT
Lexington, KY (Hazard) WKYT June 10th at 12p & 5:30p ET
Los Angeles, CA KCBS Sun 6/10/18 4:30p PT
Lubbock, TX KLBK Sunday, 6/10 at 12:30p CT
Macon, GA WMAZ Saturday, June 9 at 1:00 p.m. ET
Meridian, MS WMDN 6/10/18 5pm CT
Miami-Ft. Lauderdale WFOR Sunday, 6/10 12:20pm ET
Minneapolis-St. Paul (Alexandria/Walker) WCCO Thu 6/7 307-337am CT
Monterey-Salinas KION 6/9 at 230a PT
Nashville, TN WTVF Saturday, June 9th 6:30-7 PM CT
New York, NY WCBS sunday june 10 at 8:30am ET
Omaha, NE KMTV June 9 @ 6:30 pm CT
Palm Springs, CA NESQ 6/10 430PM PT
Peoria-Bloomington WMBD 6/10 @ 11am CT
Philadelphia, PA KYW two runs – Saturday 6/9 @ 430am and Saturday 6/9 @ 7:30pm ET
Pittsburgh, PA KDKA SA, 6/09/2018 at 7:30PM ET
Portland-Auburn WGME Sat 6/9 at 7pm ET
Sacramento-Stkton-Modesto KOVR Saturday, 6/9  4:30pm PT
San Francisco-Oak-San Jose KPIX Saturday June 9 @ 7PM PDT and Sunday June 10 @ 4:30PM PDT. PT
Springfield, MO KOLR 6/9/18, 5pm CT
Topeka, KS WIBW 6/10/18 12:30pm CDT CT
Tucson (Sierra Vista) KOLD Saturday 6/9 11:30a-12p MT
Utica, NY EKTV 6/9 1pm,   6/9 2:30PM,   6/10 8:30am,     6/10 12:00pm,     6/10   1:30pm ET
West Palm Beach-Ft. Pierce WPEC June 10th at 1:30PM ET
Wheeling-Steubenville WTRF June 10, 2018 @ 130p-2p. ET
Yuma-El Centro KSWT Sunday June 10th at 4:00pm-4:30pm MT

 

For more information, visit www.johngore.com.

 

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About Broadway.com:

Broadway.com is part of The John Gore Organization family of companies, which includes Broadway Across America, The Broadway Channel, BroadwayBox.com, and Group Sales Box Office.  It is the premiere Broadway theatre website for news, exclusive content and ticket sales. Broadway.com offers its subscribers and its visitors (over 25 million annually) show information, complete editorial coverage, unique content including the annual Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards as well as popular video series like “Show People,” “#LiveAtFive,” and “The Broadway.com Show.”

 

 

About The John Gore Organization:

The John Gore Organization is the leading developer, producer, distributor and marketer of Broadway theatre worldwide. Under the leadership of 11-time Tony Award winning producer and owner John Gore, its family of companies includes Broadway Across America, Broadway.com, The Broadway Channel, BroadwayBox.com, and Group Sales Box Office. The company presents shows in 44 cities across North America as well as on Broadway, Off-Broadway, London’s West End, Japan, and China. It has won Tony Awards in every producing category as well as numerous other Drama League, Drama Desk and Olivier awards.

 

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