Steve Harvey is at the height of his career.
Just a few weeks ago, the comedian started a new gig as the host of the long-running game show 'Family Feud.'
He's mastered radio with his 'Steve Harvey Morning Show,' topped the New York Times Best-Seller List with his 'Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man' book, taken his philanthropic efforts to the next level and stood the test of time as an original King of Comedy. Now, he has another major television gig under his belt.
Harvey's new venture, 'The Steve Harvey Project,' will give his supporters a taste of what goes into his daily radio show.The hour-long nightly series, which will air on Centric, is filmed daily and will air Monday through Friday.
Harvey couldn't be more excited to be teaming up with BET's sister network.
"I am elated to present 'The Steve Harvey Project' on Centric, a network that is committed to providing programming that is innovative and new. It's going to be fun to show fans of the 'Steve Harvey Morning Show' all that goes on behind the scenes and how much their support inspires us every day," Harvey said in a statement.
His sidekick, Nephew Tommy, and co-hosts Shirley Strawberry and Carla Ferrell will also appear on the show, which will feature live studio guests and celebrity interviews, as well as listener call-ins.
The 53-year-old funnyman will let fans participate in his signature relationship segment 'Strawberry Letter' by submitting questions to SteveHarvey.com.
Harvey previously hosted 'It's Showtime at the Apollo,' from 1993 until 2000, and starred on his own sitcom, 'The Steve Harvey Show,' from 1996 until 2002.
'The Steve Harvey Project' will premiere Nov.15 at 9 p.m. EST on Centric.
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