Mike Jerrick

Mike Jerrick


Mike Jerrick re-joined the FOX 29 News team as co-host of "Good Day Philadelphia" in July 2009. Long-time viewers will remember him as a show co-host from 1999 to 2002.

Prior to his return to Philadelphia, Mike was co-host of "The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet," which aired on FOX television stations around the country.

Prior to that, he was the co-host of "DaySide," Fox News Channel's daily live audience daytime talk show, and he appeared as a recurring guest co-anchor for the WNYW-FOX 5 morning program, "Good Day New York." Mike joined FOX News Channel as weekend co-host of "FOX and Friends" after leaving "Good Day Philadelphia" in October 2002.

Before coming to FOX 29, Mike was managing editor and anchor on "America Afterhours," a live, national newsmaker and celebrity interview program on CNBC. He also hosted "What's News" for the national cable television network America's Talking.
Earlier in his career, Mike hosted "Sci-Fi Buzz" on USA Network's Sci-Fi Channel from 1991 to 1997. He also produced and hosted HBO's "World Entertainment Report" from 1991 to 1994. He produced and reported for KCAL-TV and for "Evening Magazine" on KPIX-TV (CBS) in San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Prior to that, he spent five years as the host of "Alive & Well," a national program on the USA Network that focused on health and fitness. He began his career in 1981 as the producer and host of "P.M. Magazine," at WNYW-TV in New York.

A ten-time Emmy Award winner, Mike earned his Bachelor of Science degree in journalism from the William Allen White School of Journalism at the University of Kansas.

The latest from Mike Jerrick


SS United States: How did it get here and what lies ahead?

70 years and it still holds the record for the fastest ocean liner to cross the Atlantic. As it sits in South Philly, we've seen the exterior of the SS United States for years. Ever wonder about it's history and what it looks like on the inside?


The Dope Game: Girls night at the gun range

With the surge of violence in and around the city, a number of women have decided to take their protection into their own hands. And one gun range has found a way to make them feel right at home.