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Originally Posted On: Travel & Lifestyle Show ‘The Jet Set’ Cleared for Season 6 | The Jet Set
Following a crazy year that saw changes to everyone’s daily lifestyle and put the breaks on worldwide travel, On It Media announces the Season 6 renewal for their flagship travel and lifestyle talk show The Jet Set.
Whether it be from your couch or wherever you are isolated, America’s only travel and lifestyle themed talk show “The Jet Set,” has been renewed for Season 6 for worldwide distribution for the 2021-2022 season.
The show has secured nationwide clearances from cable networks ZLiving and COX’s YurView channels which places the program in all cable and satellite homes. Additionally, The Jet Set has obtained broadcast clearances on select NBC, CBS, ABC, FOX and CW stations throughout the country and all AMG TV, FunRoads, and RightNowTV affiliates.
The Jet Set can also be seen in 11 Caribbean nations on OneCaribbean and throughout Canada on The Rural Channel.
The Jet Set offers viewers a weekly dose of travel news, lifestyle trends and updates, inspiration, interesting and informative guests and destination features shot on-location. The show is hosted by former flight attendant and television travel expert Bobby Laurie along with health and wellness expert and Mom, Nikki Noya.
Co-host Nikki Noya says she’s ready to travel again and she doesn’t think she’s alone. “I don’t care if it’s for dinner in the next city or town over, or somewhere a long flight away — I think so many people are ready to get out and explore again. For right now though, I’m happy we can take people out of their homes and on a trip for 30 minutes a week to see and experience something new.”
It’s been a year of uncertainty and Bobby Laurie added, “We’ve always been a go-to source for industry and lifestyle news and trends. We keep everyone in the loop on new attractions, destination highlights and flights; but also technology, recipes, parenting tips, lifestyle hacks and the like. That’s what sets us apart, we’ve got a focus on travel but we’ve got a little bit of everything. We also are monitoring restrictions and changes in policy as we navigate through the health crisis.”
Although now broadcasting from their studio in Washington D.C., The Jet Set, like other programs, produced the show from the hosts’ homes for six months in 2020.
For more information about The Jet Set visit: http://TheJetSet.tv