New series 'Hugh Fink’s L.A.' premieres on MeTV Los Angeles in December
Dive into the local L.A. scene every Sunday on KAZA-TV, beginning December 16.
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Comedian, writer and producer Hugh Fink premieres his new local series Hugh Fink’s L.A. on MeTV Los Angeles’s KAZA-TV starting with a primetime airing on Sunday, December 16, at 10PM and 10:30PM.
Actor, director and comedian Bob Saget; actress and comedian Mary Lynn Rajskub; and actor John Ross Bowie are featured in the first episodes. Fink is a staple of the comedy world, having worked in front of and behind the camera for three decades. He is known for his work on Saturday Night Live, Comedy Central’s Roast of Rob Lowe, and for his numerous appearances on Late Night with Conan O’Brien and Late Show with David Letterman.
The new MeTV Los Angeles series will move to regular airings Sundays at 7:30AM as part of a block of local programming on Weigel Broadcasting’s KAZA-TV.
Each week Fink sits down with one of his "best friends," as Fink says, in the entertainment business and talks about surviving and thriving in their transplanted hometown of Los Angeles.
"What I love most about Los Angeles is that it comprises a diverse group of neighborhoods that all have something unique to offer… with the possible exception of Playa Del Rey," says Fink.
"Hugh Fink’s L.A. guests reveal their secrets to living in L.A. — from their own humble beginnings to their favorite shortcuts to beat that infamous traffic, as well as the best-kept secret spots for family time.
MeTV Los Angeles on KAZA-TV is available over the air on channel 54.1, and can also be seen on Spectrum, Cox, Frontier and other local cable systems. Satellite viewers in Los Angeles can watch MeTV Los Angeles on DirectTV channels 20 / 54 / 961 or Dish channels 54 / 8011.