Extreme Makeover: Anderson Cooper edition.
The CNN anchor's daytime talk show is getting revamped for its sophomore season this fall, including a name change and the addition of guest co-hosts, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Previously known as Anderson, the show will be rechristened Anderson Live when it returns on Sept. 10. Its filming location will also change from Manhattan's Time Warner Center to the CBS Broadcast Center, so that it can be shot in front of a live studio audience.
Cooper will also be joined by rotating daily guest hosts, as he was during May sweeps earlier this year. The show has also brought on a new executive producer, Greg Davilas, who will split duties with existing EP Terence Noonan.
All of the moves are an attempt to boost ratings, according to THR.