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In addition to the 17 broadcast series debuting in primetime this fall, there are a handful of new daytime programs to also be on the watch for. Which of the newcomers might you add to your daily schedule?
Three of the new daytime programs — The Kelly Clarkson Show, Judge Jerry and Tamron Hall — premiere on Monday, Sept. 9, while The Mel Robbins Show makes its bow a week later. (RuPaul recently launched a three-week summer “test” run, with its longterm future TBD.) Here’s an overview of each:
Talker - Universal - Studios - Lot - Los
In this one-hour talker taping on the Universal Studios Lot in Los Angeles, the Grammy Award winner “uses her gift of connection to bring viewers something new: a fun, energetic show that breaks with tradition.” Episodes will feature remarkable stories, celebrity guests, spontaneous surprises, humor, heart and music. “It’s like a weekday brunch party with a fascinating guest list of people who would otherwise never meet,” says the synopsis.
The NBCUniversal Domestic TV Distribution production is cleared to air in 99 percent of the country, including the top 165 markets; in most major markets, it will lead into The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
Court - Program - Hometown - Stamford - Conn
This half-hour court program, which tapes (in my hometown!) at the Stamford (Conn.) Media Center, has the Jerry Springer robing up to using to settle actual legal disputes between real people. Prior to his start in entertainment, Springer worked as a lawyer for 15 years having received his law degree from Northwestern University. In that capacity, he is regarded as being “fair and approachable” regarding the law, and as Judge Jerry he will offer litigants offer fatherly advice plus shocking long-lost child reveals “a dose of his classic wisdom.”
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