NRA Unveils New Late Night Talk Show

NRA Freestyle with Colion Noir

The first episode of “NOIR” premiered on May 11, and the Internet has been abuzz ever since. The newest show on the NRA Freestyle network stars host Colion Noir, NRA News commentator and urban gun-enthusiast, and his fashionably fun co-host Amy Robbins. The newest concept in late-night talk shows takes viewers inside a world where the conversation about guns meets pop culture, fashion, design and adventure. Episode 1 entitled, “Start Here” features an introduction to special segments that cover everything from the current events of the week, to a clip highlighting the artistic side of guns and how they are presented around people’s homes as décor, (think “MTV Cribs”), a question-and-answer session featuring Tweets and questions from Noir’s fans, special guest interviews, firearms/gear reviews and more. Each episode introduces new segments as the show progresses, so tune in each week and join in on the conversation!

NOIR Episode 1: “Start Here”

Tell us what you think about this new NRA Freestyle Network feature in the comment section.

Be sure to check out NRA Freestyle on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for more exciting updates and behind the scenes action. “NOIR” airs Sunday nights at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT and again at 10 p.m. ET/ 9 p.m. CT on presented by Daniel Defense.

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Comments (6)

  1. I think this is a cool way to present the true story of how guns can be a good thing. Hopefully Dish network carries this now or in the future.

  2. I suspect the NRA paid a consulting firm handsomely for advise on putting this show together. Lots of talk of demographics, etc., and anything to change the stereotypical image of the NRA. I understand the need for change, but there is a danger, too. When you start to be ashamed of who you are, and try desperately to be “hip”, others can sense your self-loathing. People then start sharing that same view of you.

  3. I haven’t seen it yet but having seen Colions’ other videos I’m sure it will be a good thing. This is great but:
    If the NRA wants to reach the main stream public and not just preach to the choir they are going to have to put shows like this on cable TV. They will never get them on network TV except as a news item, likely bashing them, but they can get them on cable TV.
    The NRA needs to either develop a major partnership with an existing cable channel with a wider viewership or establish their own at which they have other interesting non-firearms programs in order to get a wider dissemination.
    If Duck Dynasty, car auctions, British garage based car builders and other near nothing shows can get on the air, so can they.
    Until the NRA gets on cable, they are just preaching to the choir.

  4. Glad to see a show about weapons and political topics of gun haters ! Always watched Colin Noir videos very intelligent and knowledgeable, interesting person perfect person for this type of show! Need to get the show in a serious manner and not corney stick with a more serious approach but keep the pressure on the idiots like Bloomberg, Clinton and the others trying to take our weapons away!

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