‘Showtime At The Apollo’ Returns To FOX, Hosted By Steve Harvey

Steve Harvey is bringing back amateur night at ‘Showtime At The Apollo.’ Host of the Steve Harvey Morning Show announced he will return as the host of the weekly event. The show will air on FOX for the 2017-18 broadcast season.

“We all had such a blast on the two specials that aired earlier this season, that we thought it really deserved being a weekly event,” Harvey said in a statement. “But our mission is a little different this time around. Instead of just putting on a great show, we’re going to do that and find the next great comic and the next big music star. That’s what the Apollo is all about. My roots are on that stage and I can’t wait to be there every week, looking for great talent. Who said you can’t go back home again?”

Showtime launched the careers of stars like Lauryn Hill, James Brown, Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder and Jazmine Sullivan.

All the specifics have yet to be ironed out but this is exciting news!

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