Longtime Access Hollywood host Shaun Robinson is leaving the KNBC-produced syndicated entertainment show.
Robinson’s production company, Robinhood Productions, has signed a development deal with NBCUniversal Domestic TV Distribution
“It’s been an extraordinary 16 years here at Access Hollywood and I am going to miss all my friends here because we are truly like a family,” Robinson said in a statement. “Television has changed so much since I first sat at the anchor desk and it’s time to take my career to the next level. There are so many more opportunities awaiting me, both on-camera and as a producer. I’m extremely excited about creating fun and meaningful content through my production company, RobinHood Productions, Inc., focusing specifically on empowering women and girls about which I am so passionate.”
“For 16 years Shaun Robinson has been an integral part of the success of Access Hollywood,” added show ep Rob Silverstein. “Shaun has a tremendous ability to put stars at ease and always has had a special connection with our viewers. We wish Shaun success and happiness as she moves into this new, exciting phase of her career.”
Robinson began her TV career in here native Detroit at WGPR, before moving to Milwaukee’s WISN, where she hosted the daily talk show Milwaukee’s Talking. Robinson moved to KEYE-TV in Austin, then to WSVN in Miami, before joining Access Hollywood in 1999.