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WILX Announces Relaunch of ‘Studio 10’

WILX-TV 10 announced the relaunch of “Studio 10”

WILX-TV 10 announced the relaunch of “Studio 10,” a lifestyle television show covering local and some national trending topics.

The feel-good show that features local food, health, parenting and financial tips, entertainment, local stories, and more, returns Monday, Jan. 16, from 3-4 p.m. weekdays.

“Studio 10” launched on WILX in fall 2020 and took a brief hiatus in summer 2022.

The one-hour local lifestyle show will return to air with the familiar face of co-host Nicole Buchmann, who WILX said brings a contagious joy and energy to the show and is excited to continue to share the unique stories of mid-Michigan.

Buchmann will be joined by New Jersey native Rachelle Legrand, who is excited to learn about the Midwest. Legrand has a background in journalism and theater.

Familiar face and multimedia journalist Claudia Sella is joining the “Studio 10” team after working as a reporter on the News 10 team since August 2021.

The show’s coverage of local communities will translate across the social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, YouTube and TikTok.

If you have a story idea, email studio10@wilx.com.

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