ALICE COOPER To Guest On 'The Big Interview' Next Week; Sneak Peek Available

ALICE COOPER To Guest On 'The Big Interview' Next Week; Sneak Peek Available

AXS TV's popular sit-down series "The Big Interview" is back for the second-half of its seventh season, with the next episode airing Wednesday, October 30 at 8 p.m. EST.

The series' fall cycle features 12 all-new 60-minute episodes, as host Dan Rather joins a roster of iconic entertainers for candid conversations providing a unique glimpse into their personal lives, defining moments, and incredible careers.

On next week's episode, Alice Cooper sits down with Dan Rather for a candid interview discussing the highs and lows of his career and why he feels his best music is yet to come. Watch a sneak peek video below.

Other upcoming highlights include country music superstars LITTLE BIG TOWN; celebrated sportscaster Bob Costas; influential TALKING HEADS singer David Byrne; folk rock heroes AMERICA; Emmy-winning actor Bryan Cranston; prog rock pioneer YES's Jon Anderson; and country music legends ALABAMA.

"It is a pleasure to have the opportunity to speak with these entertainment icons each week," Rather said. "It is a rare treat to be able to delve into a side of these artists that the public doesn't often get to see, as they tell their stories and share their thoughts in their own words. I am humbled that the series has been so warmly received by AXS TV's audience, and I look forward to showing our viewers what we've been working on in this upcoming fall cycle."

"The first-half of this season of 'The Big Interview' was one of the best yet, and AXS TV is proud to finish the year strong with 12 more insightful episodes when the series resumes its fall cycle," said Lucia McCalmont, vice president of programming and scheduling at AXS TV. "The second half of season seven features an eclectic guest list highlighting top talent from the realms of music, movies, and sports, and offering something for everyone to enjoy. Dan Rather's ability to get these superstars to open up about their achievements, challenges, and legacies has really resonated with our viewers, and we look forward to providing them with even more of the high-quality discussions they've come to expect."

Broadcast schedule:

Oct. 30 - Alice Cooper
Nov. 13 - Bob Costas
Nov. 20 - David Byrne
Nov. 27 - AMERICA
Dec. 04 - Bryan Cranston
Dec. 11 - YES's Jon Anderson
Dec. 18 - ALABAMA


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