CNN's "Crossfire" rebook, which launches Monday night, will end each show with all four co-hosts agreeing on at least some things, according to Variety:
The final segment of a new relaunched version of what is arguably the Time Warner network’s best-known program will be called “Cease Fire,” said CNN Washington Bureau Chief Sam Feist in remarks made to reporters Friday, and will offer “an opportunity for hosts to look for common ground at the end of the program.”
A "common ground" segment will, of course, differentiate "Crossfire" from other debate shows (mostly on cable news) where there's really only one goal: Be loud.
Co-hosts for the show are Newt Gingrich and S.E. Cupp on the right and Van Jones and Stephanie Cutter from the left.