The Breakdown Will Take You Behind the Scenes at Inside Edition
Host Luke Mones will share never-before-seen stories, bring new reporting to our greatest hits and take viewers inside the newsroom to hear the stories behind the stories.
Welcome to The Breakdown, a new show from InsideEdition.com!
In each episode, host Luke Mones will share never-before-seen stories, bring new reporting to our greatest hits and take viewers inside the newsroom to hear the stories behind the stories.
Episode 1 will be available on InsideEdition.com on Friday, June 21, at 7 p.m. ET. A new episode will be released every Friday.
Each 15-minute show will feature a mix of segments including "Test It Out," which showcases products and cultural trends, "Trailblazers," which highlights remarkable people across all walks of life, and "The Comments Section," which invites viewers to engage with reporters to revisit some of Inside Edition's most interesting stories.
Mones says, "I'm excited to join The Breakdown and my new reporter friends as we take on wild stories and go behind the scenes, inside Inside Edition. Is that physically possible? I guess we’ll find out."
In episode 1, digital reporter Stephanie Officer finds out how a house cat known on Instagram as OwlKitty appears in Hollywood’s biggest blockbusters. Digital reporter Sal Bono revisits his interview with the smallest Globetrotter, Mani Love, and shares what you didn’t see in the original story: What happened when he challenged Mani to a one-on-one game.
All this and more on episode 1 of The Breakdown on InsideEdition.com.
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