LEXINGTON, Ky. — “The Lee and Hayley Show” continues to gain momentum and grow its footprint with the announcement of their show being added to the programming schedule 41NBC WMGT in Macon, Georgia. Beginning today, ‘Lee and Hayley’ will air on weekdays at 3 pm.
The longtime duo launched their new show on WTVQ ABC36 in Lexington, Kentucky in February of 2020 and have since expanded their footprint to include audiences in Bowling Green, Kentucky (WBKO, FOX), Biloxi-Gulfport, Mississippi (WXXV, FOX), Columbus-Tupelo-Starkville, Mississippi (The CW), Wilmington, North Carolina (WWAY, The CW), and now 41NBC WMGT.
“We are so grateful to Todd Buccelli and our friends at 41NBC WMGT for their support in making this opportunity possible,” said Cruse. “Looking back, we’re still in awe of all that has transpired after the pandemic hit just after launching the show. This experience has been humbling and we are blessed beyond words.”
From the very first show, Cruse and Harmon have delivered on viewer satisfaction with current event features, comic sketches, human-interest stories, and their weekly Charity Spotlight segment. Fan favorites include “Driving Me Crazy,” “Crazy Arms,” and daily antics with their staff. Viewers have been thrilled to be reunited with Lee and Hayley’s high-energy delivery, captivating on-screen chemistry, and no-punches-pulled comedy.
“Our plan from the beginning was, and remains, to give our audience one hour a day where they can disconnect, be entertained, and hopefully enjoy a few laughs,” Harmon remarked. “Our fans are second to none and we love and adore them all. Our success is their success as well and we are eternally grateful.”
41NBC WMGT general manager Todd Buccelli is excited to be adding Cruse and Harmon to his roster. “The wait is finally over and we’re delighted to be welcoming Lee and Hayley into the 41NBC WMGT family,” he said. “Their immense talent and broad-based appeal, with fans and advertisers alike, will certainly be attractive in this market. Their professionalism, effortless delivery, and chemistry are really something special.”
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