TONIGHT on WDW News Tonight (6/20/19): #SaveTheJamboree, The Credits Are Right, and A Special Announcement

Tonight! We try to save the Country Bears from an evil robot, we play a Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge edition of The Price is Right, and Nick probably gets excited about playing with his Creature Stall toys during the show…

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Hosted by Tom Corless and Nick LoCicero, and featuring announcer Michelle Wargo, WDW News Tonight is a live, weekly audio and video program that combines the latest headlines, comedy, trending vacation topics, call-in games, and in-depth discussions to bring Disney fans a one-of-a-kind, 2-hour program covering the Disney Parks.

Coming up on this week’s show:

  • A recap of the latest news (with a WDWNT comedic twist)
  • WDWNT The Credits Are Right (pre-register to play here)
  • The Wonderful World of Psychotic Comments
  • In-Depth Discussion: The Closure of the Country Bear Jamboree
  • The introduction of “myWDWNT”
  • And more!

We hope that you will tune in tonight at 9PM ET for WDW News Tonight!

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Bob C
Bob C
1 year ago

O My wdwnt? Whats that?

dan
dan
1 year ago

lets start a change.org petition to fire bob chapek

kyle J morgan
kyle J morgan
1 year ago

It sort of makes sense. I know that there’s not a lot of traffic in there but I do think that they are only looking at the 50th and, to me, it looks like it’ll be too crazy to be fun and then they are going to cut hundreds or thousands of things to shrink the operating budget as soon as possible. So, the year after, half of the new experiences for the fiftieth are going to be falling apart and neglected.