Host Melissa Rycroft captured America’s hearts as a contestant on “Dancing with the Stars” in season 8 and was crowned champion of its all-star season in the 15th cycle of the long-running ABC program.  Rycroft can currently be seen on CMT’s reality series “Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team” as a mentor as she herself is a former Dallas Cowboys Cheerleader.  Rycroft’s television debut was as a contestant on the ABC’s beloved show, “The Bachelor.”  Rycroft has hosted reality-TV competition shows such as ABC’s “Bachelor Pad” and CMT’s “Redneck Island” and is a frequent contributor to both “GMA” and “Access Hollywood.”



Host Brandon London is a former NFL and CFL football player and New York Giants Super Bowl champion. Most recently, London was on-air conducting interviews & segments for various “Giants TV” shows on the MSG Network. He’s also been seen as a co-host on “The Maury Show”, Esquire TV’s “Car Matchmaker” among others.





Morning Dose. news anchor Laila Muhammad is a seasoned journalist, host and television personality with more than a decade of experience. Muhammad was most recently host of Tribune Broadcasting’s daily news program “Eye Opener” which “Morning Dose.” will replace. Muhammad previously served as an anchor at WTKR/WGNT, Tribune’s CBS/CW affiliate in Norfolk.





Creative Consultant Rick Joyce, an award-winning showrunner, was formerly the Co-executive Producer of “Entertainment Tonight” and was previously the Executive Producer of “The List,” a lifestyle news magazine. He also developed and launched the digital platform