Tamron Hall’s daytime talk show, The Tamron Hall Show, has been renewed for a third season.
“Tamfam, thank you for giving us the space and grace to have a real conversation every day. Life is about the tough talks; but for me, more than anything else, it’s about having an honest, fair and open discussion where we can laugh, learn and find hope together,” said Hall. “Thank you to my Disney-ABC team for proving we can still dream together and to our terrific station partners. Also thanks to our many guests who have agreed it’s time to say ‘let’s talk about it.'”
2020 has been a productive year for Hall.
Last month, the Oprah Winfrey Network licensed the syndicated daytime talk show from Disney Media Networks. The second run of the show aired on the cable network September 14, the same day that season two of the show premiered nationally in first-run syndication.
“Tamron and our team aggressively came out of the starting block for a fantastic first month of our new season,” said William Burton, SVP, Syndication, Daytime & Sports, ABC Entertainment. “From exclusive newsmaking interviews to compelling conversations, we look forward to the Tamron Hall show remaining a daytime destination for viewers for years to come.”
The second season featured interviews with former Tallahassee mayor Andrew Gillum, his first interview since the March scandal. She also chops it up with supermodel Naomi Campbell, who recently turned 50, Samuel L. Jackson and more.
“We focused in on big conversations. We know from the response to our season in my home that people are ready to talk about things, talk about not only just COVID-19, but life. And we went after some big gets, some guests that were highly sought-after, and we have an incredible week, I think,” Hall told WWD.