Weekly Idol (2011)

1h
Running Time

3
Seasons

600
Episodes

July 23, 2011
Release Date

TV
IMDb ratings
7.6
Weekly Idol

Weekly Idol (2011)

1h
Running Time

3
Seasons

600
Episodes

July 23, 2011
Release Date

External Links & Social Media
Network & Production Companies
MBCMBC every1MBC Music

Plot.

Weekly Idol is back with all new hosts. Cho Sae Ho, Hwang Kwang Hee and Nam Chang Hee are sticking together as a new unit group for Weekly Idol, a.k.a CKN Trio, to turn the idol world upside down! Get ready for their hot debut! Cho Sae Ho transforms himself into an idol expert. The hottest entertainer in the show business is marching into the idol world after taking over variety shows and he's more than ready to dominate the show with his amazing look and talents. They say idols understand each other best! As soon as being discharged from military service, Hwang Kwang Hee is reenlisted in Weekly Idol as a senior and a mentor to cheer his fellow idol friends. And lastly, the hidden card of the trio, Nam Chang Hee joins Weekly Idol. With his irresistible charms and talents, Nam Chang Hee becomes the irreplaceable member of Weekly Idol and shows off his amazing chemistry with idols.

Where to Watch.

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Cast & Crew.

Details.

Release Date
July 23, 2011

Original Name
주간 아이돌

Status
Returning Series

Seasons
3

Episodes
600

Running Time
1h

Content Rating
NR

Genres

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Wiki.

Weekly Idol is a South Korean variety show that began in 2011 and currently airs Wednesdays at 7:20 PM KST on MBC M, and 12:00 AM KST on MBC Every1. It is one of the longest-running variety shows to air on satellite TV in Japan.The show was hosted during its first season by comedian Jeong Hyeong-don and rapper Defconn.

The production company behind the show, Genie Pictures was acquired by FNC Add Culture on January 15, 2018, while FNC Add Culture was acquired by SM Entertainment on May 18, 2018 and renamed SM Life Design Group.On February 22, 2018, MBC Every1 announced that both hosts would be stepping down from the show.Former Roo'ra member Lee Sang-min and comedians Yoo Se-yoon & Kim Shin-young were selected as the new hosts of the show's second season, which debuted on April 11, 2018. On November 21, 2018, it was announced that all 3 hosts, current producers and crew will be departing the show in January 2019, and a restructuring of the program is expected.On December 18, 2018, it was announced that the new hosts for the third season of the show are comedians Nam Chang-hee & Jo Se-ho and ZE:A's Hwang Kwang-hee. The third season began on January 9, 2019. On February 12, 2020, it was announced that Jo Se-ho and Nam Chang-hee will leave their hosting roles, and there will be special MCs recruited to join Hwang Kwang-hee in hosting of each episode, starting from the episode on February 19 until the episode on April 15. On April 17, it was announced that Super Junior's Eunhyuk will join the fixed MC cast alongside Hwang Kwang-hee, starting from the episode on April 22.On April 4, 2023 it was announced that Hwang Kwang-hee and Eunhyuk will leave their hosting roles after the episode on April 12, and BtoB's Seo Eun-kwang and Lovelyz's Mijoo will replace the former two beginning from April 19. Mukbang YouTuber Heebab would join the fixed cast lineup beginning the episode on November 1.On December 26, 2023, it was announced that Lee Mi-joo and Seo Eun-kwang will leave their roles as MCs with their last episode airing the next day. The two would be replaced by Boom and Golden Child's Lee Jang-jun, beginning the episode on January 17.

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