Honored with Daytime Emmy win for Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host, nationally syndicated talker returns to NYC studio next month
Tamron Hall, honored in her freshman season with a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host, will return for a sophomore season on Monday, Sept. 14. The nationally syndicated Emmy-nominated program will be broadcast from the show’s New York studio. Hall serves as executive producer alongside showrunner and executive producer Emmy-winner Candi Carter.
Following its debut on Sept. 9, 2019, “Tamron Hall” quickly became one of the highest-rated daytime shows of the 2019-20 season. When the show premiered, daytime viewers tuned in and it quickly became an audience favorite with more and more people watching throughout season one.
“There is so much to talk about, to share, to experience together – no matter the distance between us, when the connection is real, you can feel it and I can’t wait to return to our studio for season two,” Hall said. “I am ready to talk, laugh and find inspiration to keep moving forward. Tam Fam, I’ll see you soon!”
William Burton, senior vice president of syndication, daytime and sports, ABC Entertainment, added, “Tamron’s powerful voice and perspective will continue to guide and propel us forward as we share the stories and celebrate the people that make Tamron Hall’s show daytime’s most compelling hour of television.”
Most recently, “Tamron Hall” was honored with three Daytime Emmy nominations by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, with Hall’s hosting win marking the first time since the award’s inception in 2015 that a freshman host was the recipient of that honor. In addition to the nod for hosting, “Tamron Hall” received two additional nominations, one for Outstanding Costume Design/Styling and the other for Outstanding Makeup.
Over the course of the show’s first season, Tamron shared meaningful moments with many frontline workers and individuals impacted by these uncertain times and the global pandemic. In June, she hosted “Hear Us Now,” a special edition of her daytime show featuring the voices of young Americans who continue to march, protest and demand change in the aftermath of George Floyd’s death. The hour was created as a touchstone for listening, understanding and coming together as a community.
Throughout the season, Hall interviewed newsmakers and game-changers, igniting conversations about topics that mattered to her viewers, including Oprah Winfrey, Dylan McDermott, Tyler Perry, Democratic Vice Presidential nominee Sen. Kamala Harris, Olivia Munn, Debra Messing, Tracy Morgan, Ben Platt, Gabrielle Union, Dennis Quaid, Whoopi Goldberg, Edie Falco, philanthropist Melinda Gates, Kelly Ripa and Ryan Seacrest, Venus Williams, Jane Lynch, Andrew Yang, Janelle Monáe, Rosie O’Donnell, fashion designer Christian Siriano and filmmaker Ava DuVernay.
For times and channels, go to www.TamronHallShow.com and follow the show on social media @TamronHallShow.