The host of the hit radio show The Breakfast Club and former star of MTV2's Guy Code will host a weekly talk show that he says will have a cable news feel. “I love John Oliver every week, I love Bill Maher every week," he tells Vulture. "There’s something to be said about sitting back and being able to observe everything that happened in a week and then come in say, ‘You know what? This is what I want to touch on.' But I’m not going to be on here trying to rehash the whole week. Like, no. That’s not what I’m here for. I want to talk about the things that can actually impact somebody’s life, in a real way — the things that can actually help move the culture forward.'" The deal reunites Charlamagne with Chris McCarthy, president of the Entertainment and Youth Group at Comedy Central parent company ViacomCBS. The two worked together when Charlamagne starred on MTV2, hosting talk shows Charlamagne & Friends and Uncommon Sense.