Tshepiso Makhele
1 minute read
3 Jun 2016
12:13 pm

e.tv’s ‘Sunrise’ gets a makeover

Tshepiso Makhele

e.tv’s popular breakfast show 'Sunrise' will be bringing fans a longer, freshened-up offering from Monday, June 6.

The new 'Sunrise' studio. Picture: Supplied

The new look will include fresh on-air imaging, a new studio, and an earlier start to your popular breakfast show. All the news bulletins will be incorporated into the main show to complete a three-hour block.

The revamp will see viewers waking up to a fresher, friendlier and homelier look to the show. Fans can still look forward to seeing their favourite presenters Penny Lebyane, Faith Mangope and Mark Haskins bringing them current affairs, entertainment and sports.

Sunrise will start at 5:30am from Monday, June 6. The show will continue to inform and entertain viewers with its edgy content which includes viewer participation through social media and live telephone engagement.

“We are excited about the new developments. Sunrise has been on air for eight years and our main drive has always been committed to providing our viewers a platform of amazing local and international content,” executive producer Nicholas Maphopha said.