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Kevin Pereira Leaving G4

Posted on Tuesday, May 8 @ 11:05:57 PST by Keri_Honea


Adam Sessler left G4
just a couple of weeks ago, and now, another big name is leaving the network: Attack of the Show host Kevin Pereira.

Pereira will stay with G4 for one more month with E3 being his last G4 appearance. G4TV has promised that this will be a "Pereira-palooza" with a month-long sendoff.

"For the last ten years, G4 has provided me a phenomenal career filled with coutnless once-in-a-lifetime opportunities and the chance to work with some of the most driven, talented, and passionate people in the business," said Pereira. "I want to thank our viewers for allowing me to inform and entertain them each and every week."

So what's next for Pereira? He's going to focus on his production company, Super Creative, and his "live touring nerd-carnival," leetUP.

Looks like these are dark, down times for G4TV. Pereira and Sessler were definitely two of the biggest draws to the network, so it's a little difficult to see a bright future down the tunnel, especially since G4TV already has so many unpopular non-gaming shows (CheatersCops).

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