TV Personality Jillian Barberie Reynolds Lands New Gig In L.A.
Jillian Barberie Reynolds, the TV personality who was unceremoniously dumped in September after nearly two decades on Good Day LA, the struggling morning show on KTTV-11-Fox in Los Angeles, has found a new gig in the City of Angels.
The 46-year-old Canada-born Reynolds -- who recently announced her marriage to actor Grant Reynolds is over -- has been hired across the street at Tribune's KTLA-5-CW to host a new entertainment show called The Hollywood Mix.
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The show will debut in June on KTLA-TV and will also be seen on Tribune sister-station KTXL-40-Fox in Sacramento, CA.
Late Tuesday, Reynolds tweeted about her new gig, writing: “I am looking forward to the change and joining @ktla is something I have thought about for a very long time! #excited!!”
In addition to her work on Good Day LA and occasional acting roles, Reynolds is also known for appearances on Fox Sports, and as the weatherperson on Fox NFL Sunday in the early to mid-2000s.