With eight months to go before its launch, Meredith Vieira's eponymous syndicated daytime talkshow has already been sold in over 90% of the country. Vieira is stepping into a saturated market, which…
No returning series in any daypart is off to a hotter start this fall than ABC's daytime talkshow “The Chew,” which gobbled up more series records in key demos last week. Now in its third season, the…
CBS' syndicated-programming arm is partnering with Tribune Co.'s TV stations to test a new daytime program called “Serch,” in which the former member of rap group 3rd Bass will help average people…
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Who needs to invest in a scripted spinoff when all viewers really want is to hear chatter about their favorite program on an aftershow?
Hallmark Channel has pulled the plug on Marie Osmond's talkshow after just one season, but the yakker will be brought into the syndication space next fall. In a statement issued July 2 afternoon…
It took "New Day" about 13 minutes to move from the same-old CNN to something a little different.
Former CNN yakker Larry King is to host a political talkshow on Russian-owned global TV news channel RT from next month. The RT show, “Politics with Larry King,” will be produced by Ora TV. RT will…
It's not going head-to-head with ESPN by any stretch, but Time Inc.'s Sports Illustrated is making its first foray into regularly scheduled live videocasts with a weekday online talkshow set to bow…
Magic Johnson's cabler Aspire has greenlit “Exhale,” a talkshow in the vein of “The View” to be hosted by five African-American women in the entertainment space. Weekly yakker aims to bring candid…
Cursing on air was once enough to get you blackballed from television - and it still can bring down that kind of punishment. But A.J. Clemente is finding that very act can also bring great fame.