CNN says morning anchor Chris Cuomo is moving to prime time.

The cable news network said Wednesday his new show, “Cuomo Prime Time,” will air at 9 p.m. Eastern weeknights following Anderson Cooper’s “AC360.”

“Cuomo Prime Time” got the green light from CNN after a test run in January. CNN says it will debut in the spring but the exact date was not announced.

The show will include interviews with politicians and other newsmakers, news analyses and breaking stories.

Cuomo’s spot on the morning show “New Day” will be filled by CNN’s John Berman, who will co-anchor with Alisyn Camerota.

Duggar sues over release of records: Reality TV personality Josh Duggar has filed another lawsuit in Arkansas over the release of decade-old investigation records related to the molestation of his sisters when they were juveniles.

Duggar filed his latest lawsuit against Springdale and Washington County in state court Friday, the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette reported.

City and county officials improperly publicized records of a 2006 juvenile investigation performed by the Springdale Police Department, acting in cooperation with the Arkansas State Police, according to the lawsuit.

‘Queer Eye’ contestant engaged to ex-wife: The “Queer Eye” reboot got one more happy ending: Tom Jackson and ex-wife Abby are getting back together.

Jackson, along with his redneck margaritas and his overgrown beard, appeared in the first episode of the Netflix reboot, during which he and Abby went to a car show together. Abby agreed to go on a second date, but Jackson revealed later on Twitter that the couple had split up again.

Except, it turns out, happily ever after really does exist.

“It’s official, Abby and I are engaged,” he tweeted with a photo of the happy couple. “What a Netflix special the would be if the Fab 5 planned and attended our wedding!!!!!!!!!”

YouTube personality accused of endangering people: A Maryland man who runs a popular YouTube channel dedicated to reptiles is charged with animal cruelty, illegally possessing venomous snakes and endangering residents of the apartment building where he lived, police said.

Brandon Joseph Boyles, 28, of Cascade, Maryland, kept six Western diamondback rattlesnakes, one 7-foot forest cobra, one Cape coral cobra and two boomslangs in plastic boxes from which they could easily escape in his apartment, Maryland Natural Resources Police said. All the snakes have bites that can be fatal to humans.

Cage, Halsey lend voices to ‘Teen Titans GO!’: Oscar-winner Nicolas Cage, singer Halsey and rapper Lil Yachty will add their voices to “Teen Titans GO! to the Movies.”

USA Today reports Cage will be the voice of Superman, Halsey co-stars as Wonder Woman, and Yachty plays Green Lantern in the animated movie of the Cartoon Network show due in theaters in July.

Executive producer Sam Register says. “Every superhero in the DC Universe has an impact on the fans, so we felt a great responsibility to find a voice for each character that would not only suit the role, but the playful tone of the Titans.”

— From our wire services