The show is set to air across 50 stations nationally from 7-9pm on weeknights, commencing Monday 17 January, and will also be available on the LiSTNR app.
Chatfield, who has become well-known in Australian media for her appearances on reality TV shows The Bachelor, Bachelor in Paradise and I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!, is one of many former reality stars to make the transition into radio.
“I am beyond excited to start Hot Nights! I’m thrilled to be given this opportunity and can’t wait to make this show as amazing as possible for the Hit Network,” said Chatfield.
“There is such a fantastic team behind this new show, and we’re counting down the days to when we can bring it to life and have some chaotic fun with our listeners!”
Joining Chatfield will be will be co-host and anchor Rohan Edwards, who has been with the Hit Network for 6 years, joining from his most recent role as Afternoons Announcer on Brisbane’s B105. The show will be executively produced by It’s A Lot podcast producer Max Corstorphan.
SCA chief content officer, Dave Cameron, said: “Abbie is truly an exciting and refreshing new talent with a huge, growing national audience, who are already glued to her compelling and brutally honest It’s A Lot podcast on LiSTNR.
“We are so excited to watch Abbie let loose on radio every night on the Hit Network across the country with Hot Nights. This will be great fun!”