The two will co-host ‘E! News’ and ‘Pop of The Morning,’ starting Jan. 6.
‘Nick Cannon Radio’ and ‘Nick Cannon Weekends’ will debut in early 2020.
The entertainment channel’s flagship show aired its last broadcast from L.A. on Friday.
Lathan has been hired as a special correspondent on the entertainment news magazine.
The network will feature programming for the African American audience.
“We’re leaving TV One but stay tuned,” D.L. Hughley announced Thursday night.
“This is nothing more than a desperate PR stunt,” CNN says.
“The hardest thing has been managing other people’s emotions about it,” Ray said about her exit.
Hall spent the past four years as a correspondent at E! News.
Scoles joined the entertainment news program earlier this year.