MILLER TAKES A BREAK TO TWEAK FORMAT
DENNIS Miller is taking a two- week hiatus from his new CNBC talk show - which is being remade while he's gone.
"The main thing we're going to do differently is to have a studio audience," consulting producer Steve Friedman told The Post. "We're not doing the 'Tonight Show' - we want it more like a nightclub, and we're looking at an audience of around 100 people a day." Miller has, thus far, worked without a studio audience - relying only on laughs from his crew.
"Dennis' comedy is terrific, and it really helps if somebody is there to respond to it," Friedman said. "I love the crew, but that's not enough."
Friday, February 27
Move Over, Chevy. Step Aside, Wayne.
Clear the way for Dennis.
Posted by Howard Hoffman at 12:46 PM