Campbell Brown returned from maternity leave Monday night following the birth of her second son, Asher Liam Senor, in April.
Brown returned to a new program name, titled simply "Campbell Brown." Previously, the show was called "Campbell Brown: No Bias, No Bull"
"As the only non partisan journalist at 8pm, the 'Campbell Brown' program will continue to stand for no nonsense, hard-hitting interviews and lively debate from all points of view," a CNN spokesperson said.
The show is playing up the distinction between it and its main competitors at 8PM, Fox News' "The O'Reilly Factor" and MSNBC's "Countdown with Keith Olbermann." The show's new open, seen below, says, "This is your only source for news: CNN primetime begins now."
Brown's first show back since maternity leave, which featured an exclusive interview with former President Jimmy Carter, averaged 711,000 total viewers (up 12% from May 2009 average, when Roland Martin was subbing) and 201,000 in the A25-54 demo (up 26% from May 2009 average).
Watch the new open: