Josh and Maria Cribbs to Host New Cleveland Talk Show on Channel 19


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Cleveland's WOIO Channel 19 has announced that former Browns receiver and Kent State alum Josh Cribbs and his wife Maria Cribbs, a local writer, producer and activist, will together host a morning talk show beginning Sept. 9.

"Cribbs in the CLE: Josh and Maria Live" will air on weekdays from 9 to 9:30 a.m. on WOIO 19 and re-air at 7 to 7:30 p.m. on 19's sister station WUAB 43.

According to a news release, the show will feature Josh and Maria Cribbs chatting about "local and national headlines, relationship and parenting topics, health and fitness, entertainment headlines, and lifestyle points of interest."

Station GM Erik Schrader called the Cribbs "fun, down to earth, and relatable" in a statement, and said that the new morning talk show would be the "perfect format for their personalities to really shine.”

They sure look like they're having fun during the promo shoot:

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