Two-time Daytime Emmy nominee DailyMailTV returns with host Jesse Palmer for its season 2 premiere

DailyMailTV debuts its second season on Monday, with presenter Jesse Palmer, after a first season that earned her two Daytime Emmy nominations and saw she was ranked as the rookie number one in syndication.

DailyMailTV opens its second season today, after its first season was nominated for two Daytime Emmy Awards and saw it ranked number one in the daytime rookie syndication program for the 2017/2018 season.

Jesse Palmer returns to present the program that gives viewers the best of DailyMail.com, the most read website in the world, while the program airs in new locations, on new channels and in updated time slots, including a movement to 4pm and 4:30 pm in KTLA in Los Angeles.

"This season, our viewers across the country can expect a show full of stories that will go nowhere," Palmer told DailyMail.com.

Known for its exclusive content, Monday's show kicks off with the story of Janice Dickinson discovering a second sister she never knew she had and the identity of Aziz Ansari's new lover.

DailyMail.com editor-in-chief Piers Morgan will also appear on Monday's show, giving his opinion on the day's headlines, along with renowned crime expert Nancy Grace and DailyMail.com correspondents from around the world.

& # 39; I'm so excited about the second season of DailyMailTV. We've been working all summer to bring even more unique fantastical stories to our audience, "said Palmer.

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DailyMailTV debuts its second season on Monday, with presenter Jesse Palmer, after a first season that earned her two Daytime Emmy nominations and saw she was ranked as the rookie number one in syndication.

DailyMailTV debuts its second season on Monday, with presenter Jesse Palmer, after a first season that earned her two Daytime Emmy nominations and saw she was ranked as the rookie number one in syndication.

In its first season, DailyMailTV broke stories of domestic violence allegations against former White House personnel secretary Rob Porter, along with the revelation that he was dating former White House communications director Hope Hicks.

The show also revealed the cancellation of plans to advance the third installment of the Sex and The City movie franchise, and was the first to allow viewers to meet the meeting of brothers Lyle and Erik Menéndez.

The two were reunited behind bars for the first time, after being convicted almost 30 years ago for the 1989 murders of their parents, José and Kitty.

"Whether you want breaking news, celebrity scoops or the latest in health, science and technology, we have something for you," said Palmer.

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DailyMailTV Senior Correspondent Alicia Quarles (left) talks about the second season and her love of journalism with Chanel Omari of iHeartRadio (right)

DailyMailTV Senior Correspondent Alicia Quarles (left) talks about the second season and her love of journalism with Chanel Omari of iHeartRadio (right)

DailyMailTV Senior Correspondent Alicia Quarles (left) talks about the second season and her love of journalism with Chanel Omari of iHeartRadio (right)

DailyMailTV Senior Correspondent Tara Bernie (left) is seen here with Janice Dickinson (right), who will appear at the premiere on Monday with the story of meeting her previously unknown sister

DailyMailTV Senior Correspondent Tara Bernie (left) is seen here with Janice Dickinson (right), who will appear at the premiere on Monday with the story of meeting her previously unknown sister

DailyMailTV Senior Correspondent Tara Bernie (left) is seen here with Janice Dickinson (right), who will appear at the premiere on Monday with the story of meeting her previously unknown sister

The second season will be led by returning executive producers Martin Clarke, Carla Pennington, Dr. Phil and Jay McGraw from Stage 29 Productions.

"After having a very strong performance in the first season, I can not wait for the second season to start," said Clarke, who is also editor and CEO of DailyMail.com.

"We've expanded our team and we've moved to take the best of the first season and make it even better," Pennington said. "There is not a program on television that gives you the interesting content and the exclusive stories you'll get by watching DailyMailTV."

To that end, new executive producer Jeffrey Wilson joins the program, fresh from launching The Insider in Dubai and Entertainment Tonight in Bangkok.

"I have been completely addicted to the content of DailyMail.com for a long time," said Wilson. "I also love the breaking news, and combining those two things to keep DailyMailTV as fast, fresh and fresh as possible, and delivering it to viewers every day is a dream come true."

Executive co-producer Eric Beesemyer also returns, along with co-recently promoted executive producer Andrea D & # 39; Ambrosio.

In the first season, DailyMailTV won two nominations for the Daytime Emmy Awards, in the categories of excellent entertainment news program and excellent direction in a talk show / entertainment / morning show.

Jesse Palmer (right) interviews Rob O & # 39; Neill (left) at The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

Jesse Palmer (right) interviews Rob O & # 39; Neill (left) at The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

Jesse Palmer (right) interviews Rob O & # 39; Neill (left) at The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum

"We are honored to have been nominated for two Daytime Emmy Awards and we can not wait to bring our viewers more stories than they can not stop talking about," said Palmer.

"There's a reason why DailyMail.com is the most widely read newspaper website in the world and DailyMailTV will do more than spice up the website in its second season."

Palmer will be joined by the returning main correspondent, Alicia Quarles, who has worked for E! Entertainment, and new senior correspondent Tara Bernie, previously with NBCUniversal access.

Global correspondents include Chris Spargo, Charlie Lankston, Jessica Finn, Stephanie Haney, Rachel Quigley, Regina Graham, Pandora Amoratis, Alex Raskin and Candace Trunzo in New York; Natalie Trombetta and Brandi Williams in Los Angeles, Rebecca Davison in London; David Martosko and Francesca Chambers in Washington, DC; Louise Boyle, Laura Collins and Ryan Parry on a special assignment.

Viewers can check the DailyMailTV channels and schedules in their area by clicking here.

Los Angeles correspondent Brandi Williams (right), seen here with David Foster, at home

Los Angeles correspondent Brandi Williams (right), seen here with David Foster, at home

Los Angeles correspondent Brandi Williams (right), seen here with David Foster, at home

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