LOS ANGELES — Fox News Channel is making space for entertainment on its schedule.

The channel said Wednesday the series “Objectified” with host Harvey Levin will debut at 8 p.m. EDT Sunday, Sept. 17.

Each episode of “Objectified” will feature Levin interviewing a newsmaker or celebrity, with their valued objects helping to reveal what shaped them.

In the debut hour, Judy Sheindlin, TV’s “Judge Judy,” discusses the prized keepsakes in her Greenwich, Connecticut, home.

The 10-episode series’ other guests will include Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Martha Stewart, Tyler Perry and Mark Cuban.

The forerunner to “Objectified” was a Fox News special last November featuring Levin interviewing the newly elected Donald Trump in his New York City penthouse.

Levin, of TMZ website and series fame, is an executive producer of “Objectified.”

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