Guest listings for State of the Union with Candy Crowley, Reliable Sources and Fareed Zakaria GPS are after the jump.
- State of the Union with Candy Crowley has added Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to the program for Sunday, Jan 30.
- Ambassador Sameh Shoukry, the Egyptian Ambassador to the United States, will also join State of the Union with Candy Crowley in the noon ET edition of the program.
- FAREED ZAKARIA GPS has added the former Director-General of the International Atomic Energy Agency Mohamed ElBaradei from Cairo, Egypt at 10am ET and PT.
**Please check back for guest updates throughout the weekend.
Piers Morgan anchored his first live "Piers Morgan Tonight" – covering the crisis in Egypt.
Talking to CNN correspondents Nic Robertson and Ben Wedeman, on the ground in Egypt, viewers got updates on the condition on the ground, the reaction to Pres. Mubarak's speeches and more.
On "Parker Spitzer," CNN's Fareed Zakaria says Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak's dismissal of the government won't calm angry demonstrators.
CNN iReporters share what they witnessed as protesters and police violently clashed in Cairo, Egypt.
CNN's Ivan Watson reports on the civil unrest in Cairo.
CNN/US and CNNI will simulcast live coverage of the protests in Egypt throughout Saturday, including the primetime schedule listed below:
6pmE Crisis in Egypt with Wolf Blitzer and Isha Sesay
7pmE CNN Newsroom (not simulcast on CNNI)
8pmE Crisis in Egypt with Wolf Blitzer and Isha Sesay
9pmE Crisis in Egypt with Wolf Blitzer and Isha Sesay
10pmE CNN Newsroom
CNN chief national correspondent and anchor John King interviewed the chairman of Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Sen. John Kerry (D-MA). For a full transcript visit CNN.com.
CNN's Fareed Zakaria reports on Egyptian President Mubarak's push to appoint a new government on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer.
CNN photographer Mary Rogers says her camera was taken and smashed while covering Egypt protests earlier today.
"Piers Morgan Tonight" will be live at 9pmET tonight, covering the developing situation in Egypt. More details to come...