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Vibe was a syndicated American late night talk show that was spun off from the magazine of the same name. Premiering in August 1997, it was produced by Quincy Jones, hosted by Chris Spencer, and featured President Bill Clinton on its first episode. read more

Vibe was a syndicated American late night talk show that was spun off from the magazine of the same name. Premiering in August 1997, it was produced by Quincy Jones, hosted by Chris Spencer, and featured President Bill Clinton on its first episode. Like The Arsenio Hall Show of the early 1990s, it attracted young, urban audiences. Spencer was fired in October of that year, and replaced by comedian Sinbad, along with Big Boy as the in-house announcer. The show would only last until the summer of 1998, when it was cancelled. The show taped from CBS Television City in Los Angeles.

Original Release

09/12/1997

Cast

Max Julien Himself
Chris Spencer Himself - Host
Myreah Moore Herself - America's Dating Coach
Shana Kemp Dancer
(see additional cast & crew)
# Title Air Date
5 Episode #1.5 Friday, 12 September 1997

Writers

Matt Piedmont, Chris Spencer, T. Sean Shannon, Steve Melcher, Michael Ferrucci, Richard Francese, Hugh Moore, Charles Shannon II, Buddy Lewis

Cast

Max Julien Himself
Chris Spencer Himself - Host
Myreah Moore Herself - America's Dating Coach
Shana Kemp Dancer

Producers

Quincy Jones Executive Producer
Kim Swann Executive Producer
Daniel Kellison Executive Producer
David Salzman Executive Producer
Belma Johnson Producer
Tanya McRae Producer
Nick Cates Producer
Monique Chenault Producer
Tony Barbieri Producer
Lauren Walker Producer
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