Channel 102 on SiriusXM aka Radio Andy is here to stay for at least three more years, now that Andy Cohen‘s contract has been extended. In addition to getting more programming from the platform, listeners will get much more of Andy Cohen, the creative force behind it all.

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Instead of being heard on Radio Andy on a weekly basis, Andy Cohen will host his own show “Andy Cohen Live” weekdays from 10 – 11 am EST. And beginning in January 2023, “Smith Sisters Live” will premiere on the channel and will cover pop culture and reality TV weekdays from 9 – 10 am EST.

Gayle King In The House,” “The Jess Cagle Show With Julia Cunningham” and “It’s Me, Tinx” are the three new weekly shows have been added to the lineup of Radio Andy. “Jeff Lewis Live,” “Reality Checked With Amy Phillips,” “Bevelations With Bevy Smith,” “Make It Nice With Dorinda Medley” and “Sandyland With Sandra Bernhard” will continue to air on Radio Andy.

SiriusXM launched Radio Andy seven years ago, and has attracted countless celebrity guests. About Andy Cohen’s contract extension, SiriusXM’s President & Chief Content Officer Scott Greenstein stated:

“We are thrilled to have Andy Cohen staying in the SiriusXM family. Andy continues to deliver a full lineup of talent on Radio Andy that excites our subscribers nationwide, while also curating Andy Cohen’s Kiki Lounge with a nonstop eclectic mix of music for all music lovers.”

Hear the adjustments to the programming on Radio Andy now on SiriusXM channel 102.

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