"Freshly Roasted Daily": The "King of the Internet" goes live on air with Crosscast on RTL

Jens "Knossi" Knossalla, the "King of the Internet," will host "Täglich frisch geröstet" on TVNOW and RTL as a permanent late-night host starting Jan. 26. For the RTL live shows, MMC Studios' sister company Crosscast provides the technical TV production on behalf of RAAB TV.

Jens "Knossi" Knossalla is the "King of the Internet": He has 1.3 million fans on Instagram, 1.19 million YouTube subscribers and reaches more live viewers on Twitch than any other German streamer.

Also with the TVNOW original "Freshly roasted every day" he delivered: The 34-year-old not only mastered the "late-night host" challenge with flying colors, his episode from the first season of the late-night show was also by far the most successful on the streaming service in 2020.

Therefore "King Knossi" now permanent host of the late-night show on TVNOW and also on free TV on RTL.

The second season of "Freshly Roasted Every Day is produced in the Cologne-Mülheim studio. There is MMC Studios' Sister company Crosscast GmbH on behalf of RAAB TV for the technical TV production responsible for the show.

The shows are made from a Direction controlled, the 2020 developed, built and installed by Crosscast in the Cologne-Mülheim studio Installed had been.

Right in the first two live episodes talk guests await presenter newcomer "Knossi", who could not be more different: While in Episode 1 Reality starlet and ex-jungle queen Evelyn Burdecki as well as Insect blogger Adrian Kozakiewicz stop by for a chat, honored in Episode 2 Mr. Ex-Daily News Jan Hofer "Knossi" in the studio.

The first two episodes of "Täglich frisch geröstet," on January 26 and 28, 2021, will be live and run at 11:15 p.m. each night on RTL.

TVNOW then keeps the shows available for retrieval afterwards.

From February can use the TVNOW-User the late-night show always Mondays and Wednesdays in advance stream - for RTL is "Freshly roasted daily" each day later -. Tuesdays and Thursdays at 23:15 to see.

Photo: "Knossi" (Jens Knossalla). Credit: TVNOW / Willi Weber