The Young Turks' Big Week: Cenk Uygur on Seth Meyers Thursday, Ana Kasparian Show to Premiere Monday (Watch)

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The next week is bound to be a huge one for The Young Turks. Host Cenk Uygur will be appearing on Late Night: Seth Meyers this Thursday, and Ana Kasparian will be premiering her new show, also called The Young Turks, on Monday.

The Young Turks' Cenk Uygur on Late Night: Seth Meyers

Cenk Uygur, the CEO and host of The Young Turks, is set to be a guest on Seth Meyers' program tomorrow, along with actress Molly Shannon and Chris Kelly.

Uygur and Meyers are bound to have a lot in common, given that both have continuously professed their dislike of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.

Cenk Uygur's The Young Turks, an online political news program, has spent several months discussing Trump, and their concerns about his leadership. Here is a clip:

Meanwhile, Seth Meyers has also discussed Trump several times over the last few months, including in this clip from last night:

Watch the video of Cenk on Late Night with Seth Meyers discussing his past pro-war rallies, Bernie Sanders, and Donald Trump here.

The Young Turks' Ana Kasparian on Fusion TV

On Monday, September 12, Fusion TV will be premiering a new show, to be called The Young Turks on Fusion with hosts Ana Kasparian and John Idarolla.

The first episode of the show is also set to feature Cenk Uygur, and will be shot on the campus of the University of Southern California.

According to tubefilter, the show is currently planned to have 12 episodes, and will be shot on different college campuses across the country.

The new The Young Turks on Fusion show marks the third time Cenk Uygur has bought The Young Turks to TV. Uygur was previously a host on MSNBC, before a widely publicized split from the network in which Uygur accused MSNBC of telling him to be more friendly to the Democratic establishment. The Young Turks also ran a TV show on Current TV, the network owned by Al Gore, for several months before the network was sold to Al Jazeera.

The Young Turks posted a promo video for the show on Facebook, which you can watch below.

And The Young Turks Start a New Online Show

In the past month, The Young Turks have also started a new online show, called Aggressive Progressives, staring comedian Jimmy Dore and Steve Oh.

The show is expected to be available only to paying subscribers. We expect to be doing a review of the show later this year.

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