After shutting down production due to the coronavirus pandemic two weeks ago, two freshman daytime talk shows will soon be back on the air with originals: “The Kelly Clarkson Show” and “The Tamron Hall Show.”
The pair join late-night TV hosts Jimmy Kimmel (“Jimmy Kimmel Live”), Jimmy Fallon (“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon”) and Stephen Colbert (“The Late Show with Stephen Colbert”) who have all announced a return to originals, albeit with the hosts keeping themselves socially distant via segments filmed at home and celebrity interviews taking place using Skype and Zoom technologies. The late-night TV at home editions begin airing Monday, March 30 on ABC, NBC and CBS, respectively.
Also beginning Monday, March 30, “The Tamron Hall Show” will feature segments introduced by Hall from her home focused on the latest updates on COVID-19 pieced together with already aired material from previous episodes. Viewers should expect some of the same material currently being produced on the show’s YouTube channel. “The View’s” former executive producer Candi Carter recently took over as showrunner and executive producer of the talk show following the exit of Bill Geddie and the show’s co-executive producer, Talia Parkinson-Jones, who announced her own departure in recent weeks.
“The Kelly Clarkson Show,” which already had enough original material banked due to preemptions in recent weeks will continue airing original episodes beginning the week of April 6. According to Deadline, the talk show will air a mix of all-new episodes and newly filmed content from the talk show host’s Montana home where she is hunkered down with her kids and husband.
To watch some of the material you can expect to see on both shows, click on the play button below.
“The Tamron Hall Show” is produced and distributed by Walt Disney-Direct-To-Consumer And International, the worldwide entertainment division of The Walt Disney Company. “The Kelly Clarkson Show” is produced and distributed by NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution, a division of Comcast.