Mario Lopez

Mario Lopez, Co-Host

Mario Lopez continues as co-host of "Extra," the Emmy® Award-winning entertainment news program, for the show's 25th season. This will be Lopez's eleventh consecutive season as the show's co-host, after co-hosting "Extra's" weekend edition since January 2007.

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Tanika Ray

Tanika Ray, Co-Host

Tanika Ray continues as co-host of “Extra,” the Emmy® Award-winning entertainment news program, for the show’s 25th season. Tanika returned to the show in 2017, after serving as a correspondent from 2004 to 2009. She now co-hosts alongside Mario Lopez and Renee Bargh.

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Renee Bargh

Renee Bargh, Co-Host

Renee Bargh continues as co-host of “Extra,” the Emmy® Award-winning entertainment news program, for the show’s 25th season. Renee has been a correspondent and weekend co-host since joining the show in 2010. She was promoted in 2017, and co-hosts alongside Mario Lopez and Tanika Ray

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Mark Wright

Mark Wright, Correspondent

Mark Wright, who joined "Extra" as a correspondent for the 24th season, will continue interviewing all the hottest celebrities and covering events in Hollywood alongside co-hosts Mario Lopez, Tanika Ray and Renee Bargh

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Jerry Penacoli

Jerry Penacoli, Correspondent

Multiple Emmy award-winner Jerry Penacoli has served as a correspondent for "Extra" for the past 18 seasons. For the show's 25th season, Penacoli will be called upon to cover many of the show's high-profile and exclusive interviews. A respected journalist, he has also been a host for E! Entertainment Television and received a Daytime Emmy nomination for his excellence in reporting.

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Terri Seymour

Terri Seymour, Correspondent

Terri Seymour joined "Extra" in 2004 as a freelance reporter covering "American Idol" and was then promoted to a full-time correspondent position. During "Extra's" 25th season, Terri will continue to cover television, fashion and beauty segments, movie premieres, junkets, on-set visits and is a regular red-carpet favorite.

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Michael Corbett

Michael Corbett, Correspondent

Michael Corbett is a correspondent for the nationally syndicated newsmagazine "Extra." Utilizing his expertise in the Lifestyle, Home and Real Estate arenas, Corbett has also developed one of "Extra's" signature franchises: "Mansions and Millionaires"! Michael is host and senior supervising producer of "Mansions and Millionaires," the series of popular hour-long weekend specials that takes viewers on a sneak peak of the extraordinary mansions, yachts, and hobbies of the rich and famous.

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Hilaria Baldwin

Hilaria Thomas Baldwin, Correspondent

Fitness and wellness expert Hilaria Thomas Baldwin is the co-founder of Yoga Vida, a yoga studio with locations in Union Square and Noho that offer yoga classes, workshops, retreats, and Yoga Alliance Registered Teacher Training Programs. Hilaria is the lifestyle correspondent for "Extra," where she covers fitness, fashion, celebrities and news. Past interviews include Governor Chris Christie, Jane Fonda, Emma Stone and Tony Bennett.

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Executive Producers

Lisa Gregorisch-Dempsey

Lisa Gregorisch-Dempsey, Senior Executive Producer

One of the most respected newsmagazine producers in the country, Lisa Gregorisch-Dempsey serves as senior executive producer of the Emmy®-winning newsmagazine "Extra," now in its 25th season. In her position at Telepictures Productions, Gregorisch-Dempsey works on the development of new television series, utilizing "Extra" as a lab to create and nest other original content and programming.

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Theresa Coffino, Executive Producer

Veteran syndicated television producer Theresa Coffino has run the day-to-day operations of the Emmy® Award-winning entertainment news magazine "Extra" for the past 15 years. She currently enters her 18th year with the show as "Extra" launches its 25th season this fall. She was named the show's executive producer in 2002, and previously held co-executive producer and supervising producer credits on the series.

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Jeremy Spiegel, Executive Producer

Veteran newsmagazine producer Jeremy Spiegel serves as executive producer of the Emmy®-winning newsmagazine "Extra," now in its 25th season. It marks Spiegel's 22nd year with "Extra." Prior to being named executive producer, he held numerous senior positions on the series, most recently as co-executive producer, and was instrumental in re-launching "Extra" with its new coast-to-coast "live event" format.

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"Extra," winner of the first-ever Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Entertainment News Program, continues this season with live broadcasts from Universal Studios Hollywood, the entertainment capital of Los Angeles. "Extra" also won the award a second time in 2016.

Co-hosts Mario Lopez, Tanika Ray and Renee Bargh bring the latest breaking news from the worlds of entertainment and pop culture from a variety of locations throughout Universal Studios Hollywood and Universal CityWalk, home to world-class retailers, restaurants, thrill rides, iconic movie characters and the Studio's famous backlot.

Fans of "Extra," and theme park guests visiting from around the world, have a chance to participate in "Extra's" daily entertainment event, which takes place Monday through Friday, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., and includes live appearances by A-list film and television actors, musicians, athletes and newsmakers. Fans are also able to interact with Lopez, Ray and Bargh and have a chance to ask questions, pose for pictures, get autographs, enjoy live musical performances and see their favorite stars up close and personal.

"Extra" continues to be the only show in the genre to showcase the electricity of a live audience, and takes its viewers on a coast-to-coast trip in every episode, from Hollywood to Las Vegas, to Times Square and beyond, providing a hip, fresh and unique approach to breaking entertainment news.

"Extra" is helmed by Senior Executive Producer Lisa Gregorisch-Dempsey. Her senior production team includes executive producers Theresa Coffino and Jeremy Spiegel. "Extra" has fully staffed bureaus in New York and Las Vegas. With correspondents and producers around the globe, the show offers a half-hour edition every weekday and an original hour-long weekend installment. Seen in more than 98% of the country, "Extra" airs on major market affiliates, including the key NBC Television owned-and-operated stations. "Extra" is produced by Telepictures Productions and distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution.