Monday marks the premiere of "CBS This Morning."
Charlie Rose, Gayle King and Erica Hill will be in the famous CBS Broadcast Center, on a spectacular new set, with some remarkable guests and a whole new feel to morning television. The show will air from 7 to 9 a.m. in your area.
They told Rebecca Jarvis, who'll be covering business and economic news for the new show, they're raring to go.
"We're all ready," King says. ... "We are all rehearsed-out. We're now just ready to turn on the camera at 7 a.m. Turn the red light on and let's go."
She says everyone will be "really figuring it out as we good along. I only ask that people just give us a shot and give us a chance, because we are psyched and really ready to go."
Hill added that she's "excited to try something new in the mornings I am excited that they're really giving us the freedom to stretch our legs and try different things. The beauty of it nothing is set in stone on this show."
And Rose says he's "excited about the fact that in an extraordinary year, a tumultuous year -- politics, economic crisis -- things we can't imagine today will be live from 7:00 to 9:00 every day with the CBS facility, the CBS resources and CBS News, and these two colleagues telling stories."
All three stressed that "CBS Morning" will allow more time than ever to delve deeply into interesting topics.
And they joked about the one remaining mystery: whether Rose will be able to make it to the studio on-time every day.