Talk Shows This Week Nov. 14-19

November 11, 2022

Highlights for ABC News’ ‘Good Morning America,’ Nov. 14–19

The following report highlights the programming of ABC’s “Good Morning America” during the week of Nov. 14-19. “Good Morning America” is a two-hour, live program anchored by Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos and Michael Strahan, and Ginger Zee is the chief meteorologist. The morning news program airs MONDAY-FRIDAY (7:00-9:00 a.m. EST) on ABC.

Highlights of the week include the following:

Monday, Nov. 14 —Singer-songwriter Garth Brooks; “GMA” kicks off United States of Pies series from Tampa, Florida; actor Freddie Highmore (“The Good Doctor”)

Tuesday, Nov. 15 — Singer-songwriter Elton John; United States of Pies series continues from Denver, Colorado; former NFL coach and author Jimmy Johnson talks new memoir (“Swagger”); actress Anya Taylor-Joy (“The Menu”)

Wednesday, Nov. 16 — United States of Pies series continues from Boston, Massachusetts; actor John Leguizamo (“The Menu”); chef Deb Perelman on Thanksgiving recipes

Thursday, Nov. 17 — Actor Chris Hemsworth on new show (“Limitless with Chris Hemsworth”); actor and singer Joe Jonas talks new film (“Devotion”); “GMA” stops in Chicago, Illinois, for United States of Pies series; author Danielle Steel on new book (“The Whittiers”); Deals and Steals with ABC e-commerce editor Tory Johnson

Friday, Nov. 18 — Singer-songwriter David Archuletta; pop artist P!NK talks about new music; “GMA” presents finale of United States of Pies series; actors Amy AdamsPatrick Dempsey and Idina Menzel on new film (“Disenchanted”)

Saturday, Nov. 19 — Deals and Steals with ABC e-commerce editor Tory Johnson



Monday, Nov. 14

  • Patti Smith, singer-songwriter and author of A Book of Days

  • Lauren Graham, actress and author of Have I Told You This Already?: Stories I Don’t Want to Forget to Remember

  • Misty Copeland, dancer and author of The Wind at My Back: Resilience, Grace and Other Gifts from My Mentor, Raven Wilkinson

Tuesday, Nov. 15

  • Tim Cook, CEO of Apple

  • Steve Martin, actor and author of Number One Is Walking: My Life in the Movies and Other Diversions

Wednesday, Nov. 16

  • Brian Chesky, CEO of Airbnb

  • Karamo Brown, TV host and author of I Am Okay to Feel

Thursday, Nov. 17

  • Fat Joe, rapper and author of The Book of Jose: A Memoir

  • Natasha Leggero, comedian and author of The World Deserves My Children

  • Stephen Colbert, comedian and host of PICKLED

  • Kirby Howell-Baptiste, actress and author of Little Black Girl and Little Black Boy

Friday, Nov. 18

  • Jodi Kantor and Zoe Kazan, journalist and actress, respectively, of “She Said”

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CBS MORNINGS, launched Sept. 7, 2021, each day delivers two hours of original reporting, breaking news, top-level newsmaker interviews and artful storytelling from the new state-of-the art studio inside the Paramount Global world headquarters in the heart of Times Square. CBS MORNINGS, with co-hosts Gayle King, Tony Dokoupil and Nate Burleson, combines impactful journalism and rich storytelling that leaves viewers more informed, more prepared and more uplifted to take on the day.

Shawna Thomas is the executive producer of CBS MORNINGS.

ABC’s GMA: What You Need To Know and NBC’s Today schedules are not posted yet!

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This week’s talk show line-ups 10/31/22


Mo 10/31: Gwyneth Paltrow, Patton Oswalt
Tu 11/1: Mindy Kaling, Frank Grillo, Goose
We 11/2: Yvonne Strahovski, Viagra Boys
Th 11/3: Rob McElhenney, Emayatzy Corinealdi, the Heavy Heavy


Mo 10/31: Daniel Radcliffe, Winston Duke, Caroline Rhea
Tu 11/1: Lupita Nyong’o, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Cameron Crowe, a performance by the Broadway cast of “Almost Famous”
We 11/2: George Lopez, Cole Hauser, LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Joey Bada$$ with Men I Trust
Th 11/3: Bashir Salahuddin, Diallo Riddle, Paramore
Fr 11/4: Mariah Carey, Marcus Mumford, Monica Martin


Mo 10/31: Jennifer Hudson, Zosia Mamet
Tu 11/1: Matthew Perry, James Taylor
We 11/2: Sen. Elizabeth Warren, Ernest Moniz
Th 11/3: Bono


Mo 10/31: Ice T, John Irving, Rina Sawayama, Dena Tauriello
Tu 11/1: Jake Tapper, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Sohla El-Waylly, Dena Tauriello
We 11/2: Daniel Radcliffe, “Weird Al” Yankovic, Kerry Condon, Kurt Vile and the Violators, Dena Tauriello
Th 11/3: Cecily Strong, Evan Rachel Wood, Dena Tauriello
Fr 11/4: Vice President Kamala Harris, Geena Davis, Elena Bonomo (R 10/10/22)


Mo 10/31: Kerry Washington, Paul Feig, Rosa Linn
Tu 11/1: Will Arnett, Melia Kreiling, Tyga
We 11/2: Alicia Vikander, Chris O’Dowd, Tommy McLain
Th 11/3: Kal Penn, Melissa Fumero
Fr 11/4: Chris Pratt, Taylor Kitsch, James Bay (R 6/22/22)


Mo 10/31: Stacey Abrams


Mo 10/31: Pam Grier, Chris Redd
Tu 11/1: Capt. Sandy Yawn, Capt. Jason Chambers, Capt. Lee Rosbach, Capt. Glenn Shephard, Capt. Kerry Titheradge
We 11/2: Arden Myrin, Meredith Marks
Th 11/3: Kyle Cooke, Luke Gulbranson


Mo 10/31: Randall Park, Aubrey Plaza
Tu 11/1: Cherelle Griner
We 11/2: Matthew Perry
Th 11/3: Angela Bassett, Cheech Marin
Fr 11/4: Lt. Governor John Fetterman


Mo 10/31: Iain Armitage, Raegan Revord, Ray Parker Jr.
Tu 11/1: Judge Greg Mathis, Gretchen Rubin
We 11/2: Drew Barrymore
Th 11/3: Randall Park
Fr 11/4: Rainn Wilson, Melissa Claire Egan


Mo 10/31: “Live”‘s Multiverse Halloween: The Best in the Universe
Tu 11/1: Lupita Nyong’o, Sheryl Lee Ralph
We 11/2: Daniel Radcliffe, Carrie Ann Inaba
Th 11/3: Danai Gurira, Jake Lacy
Fr 11/4: Evan Rachel Wood, Luke Grimes

Mo 11/7: Laverne Cox
Tu 11/8: Yvonne Strahovski
We 11/9: Sylvester Stallone, Judd Hirsch
Th 11/10: Gaten Matarazzo
Fr 11/11: Justin Hartley, Lindsay Lohan


Mo 10/31: Rose McIver, Loni Love, Kristin Hensley, Jen Smedley
Tu 11/1: Joe Manganiello, Casey Wilson, Danielle Schneider, Stephanie Izard
We 11/2: Selena Gomez, Ming Tsai
Th 11/3: JB Smoove, Aimee Garcia, Duff Goldman, Courtney Marie Andrews
Fr 11/4: George Lopez, Mayan Lopez, Alison Sweeney, Jake Miller

TAMRON HALL, syndicated

Mo 10/31: The Glam Squad creates Tamron’s Halloween makeover
Tu 11/1: Jessica Willis Fisher, Nicole Lecky
We 11/2: Lainey Wilson
Th 11/3: Tamron delves into the deep-rooted relationship people have with their hair
Fr 11/4: Billy Porter, Daniel Durant, Britt Stewart


Mo 10/31: Henry Thomas, Dee Wallace, Robert MacNaughton
Tu 11/1: Meghan Trainor, Chris Olsen, Peter Billingsley, Millie Peartree
We 11/2: Gwen Stefani
Th 11/3: Elizabeth Banks, Law Roach
Fr 11/4: Daniel Radcliffe, Lake Bell, Pilar Valdes, Samah Dada


Mo 10/31: Terry Crews
Tu 11/1: Nicole Scherzinger
We 11/2: Fortune Feimster, Tasha Cobbs Leonard
Th 11/3: Alfonso Ribeiro
Fr 11/4: Chaka Khan



Guest Lineup for the Week of July 4–8 on ‘Live With Kelly and Ryan’

June 30, 2022

Sutton Foster, Vivica A. Fox and Stars of ‘The Bachelorette’ Gabby Windey and Rachel Recchia Headline Guest Lineup for the Week of July 4–8 on ‘Live With Kelly and Ryan’

Plus, Janelle James and the Goo Goo Dolls for ‘Live’s 4th of July Party’

Nationally syndicated morning talk show “Live with Kelly and Ryan” announces the lineup of guests appearing on the show the week of July 4-8.

Monday, July 4 – It’s our star-spangled “Live’s 4th of July Party”! From ABC’s “Abbott Elementary,” actress JANELLE JAMES stops by to talk about the new ABC show “The Final Straw,” and rock band THE GOO GOO DOLLS performs two of their hits! Plus, throughout the show, the “Live” staff and our guests will partake in a series of festive ping-pong ball games alongside Kelly and Ryan!

Tuesday, July 5 – Actress VIVICA A. FOX catches up with the hosts, and NICOLE “SNOOKI” POLIZZI discusses “Jersey Shore: Family Vacation.” In addition, financial expert JEAN CHATZKY gives advice on “how to money.”

Wednesday, July 6 – Kelly and Ryan sit down with actress RACHEL DRATCH to discuss the Broadway show “POTUS.” Also, actress BERNADETTE PETERS talks about the charity event Broadway Barks, and Architectural Digest expert CARRIE CARROLLO shows how to upgrade your home for $100 or less.

Thursday, July 7 – The hosts interview GABBY WINDEY and RACHEL RECCHIA, the stars of the new season of ABC’s hit series “THE BACHELORETTE,” about their dual journey for love. Plus, actress MEG DONNELLY talks about the movie “Zombies 3” and lifestyle expert MONICA MANGIN provides fun summer TikTok ideas for kids.

Friday, July 8 – Actress SUTTON FOSTER unpacks the Broadway revival of “The Music Man,” and lifestyle expert MONICA MANGIN returns with more unbeatable bargains. Also, don’t miss another edition of “Live’s Foodfluencer Friday Faceoff” where a popular chef will whip up a delectable summertime recipe.

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Encore Broadcasts of ABC’s ‘The View,’ July 4–8

June 30, 2022

Encore Broadcasts of ABC’s ‘The View,’ July 4–8


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Encore broadcasts for the week of July 4-8 are as follows (subject to change):

Monday, July 4 (OAD: 5/12/22) – Alyssa Farah Griffin guest co-hosts; cast of “RuPaul’s Drag Race All Stars,” including Raja, Jinkx Monsoon, Jaida Essence Hall, Monét X Change, Trinity The Tuck, Shea Couleé, Yvie Oddly and The Vivienne

Tuesday, July 5 (OAD: 6/1/22) – Tara Setmayer guest co-hosts; Sara Bareilles (“Girl5eva”)

Wednesday, July 6 (OAD: 5/19/22) – Stephanie Grisham guest co-hosts; Selma Blair (author, “Mean Baby”); JoJo Siwa (judge, “So You Think You Can Dance”)

Thursday, July 7 (OAD: 5/26/22) – Alyssa Farah Griffin guest co-hosts; Vanessa Williams, Julianne Hough and Rachel Dratch (Broadway’s “POTUS”)

Friday, July 8 (OAD: 6/9/22) – Secretary of Education Miguel Cardona; LeVar Burton (“Butterfly in the Sky”)


Highlights for ‘Tamron Hall’ Week of July 4–8

June 30, 2022

Highlights for ‘Tamron Hall’ Week of July 4–8

‘Tamron Hall’ Tackles Today’s Meaningful and Important Topics – So Let’s Talk About It

Following are highlights for “Tamron Hall” for the week of July 4, 2022. Please note: lineup is subject to change.

Monday, July 4: Celebrating heroes who put everything on the line to keep us safe. Amazing stories of courage, strength and sacrifice. (OAD: 11/11/21)

Tuesday, July 5: The “care generation” – the unconditional love, physical demands, emotional stress and financial strain of resilient caregivers, whose lives change to care for a parent, a spouse, a partner or a friend. (OAD: 2/2/22)

Wednesday, July 6: Tamron catches up with Ricki Lake who found love after loss and got engaged to the man of her dreams. Plus, GRAMMY® Award-winning singer Mýa on her Lifetime movie “My Favorite Christmas Melody.” And, the incredible story of a daughter who, after five decades, found her birth mother only to realize she was one of her favorite TV stars growing up. (OAD: 12/3/22)

Thursday, July 7: Reporter’s Notebook returns with Martha Raddatz, ABC News chief global affairs correspondent, who joins Tamron from Ukraine. And, CBS News’ Steve Hartman introduces us to a woman who helped a veteran’s family find closure. Plus, Clarence “Coodie” Simmons and Chike Ozah, directors of the Netflix docuseries “jeen-yuhs: A Kanye Trilogy,” open up about spending the past two decades documenting Kanye West’s career. Also, “Into the Depths” podcast host Tara Roberts on being the first Black explorer and storyteller on the cover of National Geographic. (OAD: 3/21/22)

Friday, July 8: Tamron talks to people who turned their hobbies and passions into unique money-making jobs, including an underwater pizza delivery man, a dialect coach for actors, a dog surf coach and a man who combined his life-long sweet tooth and love of shoe design. Plus, art phenom Nikkolas Smith surprises Tamron with an unforgettable tribute. (OAD: 2/7/220)

“Tamron Hall” is produced by ABC News and is distributed in national syndication by Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution. The show is executive produced by Hall and Quiana Burns. The show broadcasts from New York City and features a dynamic mix of live and taped shows.

ABC News’ ‘Good Morning America’ Ranks as No. 1 Morning Show

June 28, 2022

ABC News’ ‘Good Morning America’ Ranks as No. 1 Morning Show for the 2nd Quarter 2022 in Total Viewers and Adults 25-54, Leads in News Demo for First time in 7 Years

**Ratings Report for ABC News’ “Good Morning America”
For the week Second Quarter 2022 and week of June 20, 2022


ABC News’ ‘Good Morning America’ Ranks as No. 1 Morning Show for the 2nd Quarter 2022 in Total Viewers and Adults 25-54, Leads in News Demo for First time in 7 Years

‘GMA’ Marks Its 10th Consecutive 2nd Quarter Victory in Total Viewers

‘GMA’ Stands as the No. 1 Morning Newscast in Total Viewers, Adults 25-54 and Adults 18-49 for 5 Weeks in a Row for the First Time in More than 7 ½ Years

‘GMA’ Posts Its 8th Straight Win in Adults 25-54, Representing Its Longest Run at No. 1 in More Than 7 Years

2nd Quarter 2022

ABC News’ “Good Morning America” ranked No. 1 for the 2nd quarter 2022 in Total Viewers (3.271 million) and Adults 25-54 (759,000), based on Most Current Data from Nielsen Media Research“GMA” won a quarter in the key Adult news demo for the first time in nearly 7 years and a 2nd quarter for the first time in 7 years – since 3Q15 and 2Q15, respectively.

In addition, “GMA”’s marked its 10th consecutive 2nd quarter victory in Total Viewers – since 2Q13Overall, “GMA” has won 38 of the last 40 quarters in Total Viewers – since 3Q12, finishing behind NBC’s “Today’s” Summer Olympics-fueled 3Q16 and Winter Olympics-boosted 1Q18.

“GMA” defeated NBC’s “Today” (2.917 million) by +354,000 Total Viewers. “GMA” increased its lead over NBC from the previous quarter by 69% (vs. 210,000 for 1Q22) to its largest in nearly 7 years – since 3Q15. In addition, “GMA” more than quadrupled its margin over “Today” compared to the year-ago quarter (+302% – 354,000 vs. 88,000 for 2Q21) to its largest during a 2nd quarter in 7 years – since 2Q15.                                                                             

“GMA” (3.271 million, 759,000 and 516,000, respectively) beat “CBS This Morning” (2.434 million, 526,000 and 357,000, respectively) during 2Q22 in Total Viewers (+837,000), Adults 25-54 (+233,000) and Adults 18-49 (+159,000).

Week of June 20, 2022

“Good Morning America” stood as the No. 1 morning newscast in Total Viewers (2.908), Adults 25-54 (668,000) and Adults 18-49 (443,000) for the week of June 20, 2022, based on Live + Same Day Data from Nielsen Media Research. “GMA” won in all three measures for 5 weeks in a row for the first time in more than 7 1/2 years since weeks of 10/20/14 through 11/17/14.

“GMA” posted its 8th straight win in Adults 25-54, representing its longest run at No. 1 in more than 7 years — since weeks of 2/23/15 through 4/13/15.

“GMA” outperformed “Today” (2.621 million, 625,000 and 403,000, respectively) by 287,000 Total Viewers, by 43,000 Adults 25-54 and by 40,000 Adults 18-49.

Season to date, “GMA” (3.329 million) is ranking as the No. 1 morning newscast in Total Viewers for the 10th year in a row, widening its lead over NBC’s “Today” (3.114 million) at the same point last season (+69% – 215,000 vs. 127,000) to its largest in 6 years — since the 2015-2016 season.

In addition, “GMA” is cutting its season margin with “Today” in Adults 25-54 nearly in half (-47% – 46,000 vs. 87,000) to its closest performance in 7 years — since the 2014-2015 season.

During the week, “GMA” (2.908 million, 668,000 and 443,000, respectively) beat “CBS Mornings” (2.297 million, 506,000 and 342,000, respectively) in Total Viewers (+611,000), Adults 25-54 (+162,000) and Adults 18-49 (+101,000).

NOTE: On Monday (6/20/22), “Today” was retitled to “Today Show – TS.”  On Thursday (6/23/22), “Today” was also retitled to “Today Show – TS” due to live coverage of the Supreme Court Decision on the gun law. On Friday (6/24/22), “Good Morning America” was retitled to “GMA-ABC,” CBS’ “CBS Mornings” was retitled to “CBS Morn,” and NBC’s “Today” was retitled to “Today-TS” due to live coverage of the Supreme Court’s ruling on abortion. The retitled telecast is excluded from the weekly and season averages. ABC’s and CBS’ weekly averages are based on four days (Monday-Thursday), and NBC’s weekly averages are based on two days (Tuesday and Wednesday).

MORNING NEWS (2nd Quarter, 2022):

                                                   TOTAL VIEWERS     ADULTS 25-54       ADULTS 18-49     HOUSEHOLDS

GOOD MORNING AMERICA              3,271,000           0.6/11;    759,000      0.4/10;   516,000            2.3/13
TODAY                                                      2,917,000           0.6/11;    749,000      0.4/11;   540,000            2.0/12
CBS MORNINGS                                      2,434,000           0.4/ 8;    526,000       0.3/ 7;    357,000            1.7/10

MORNING NEWS (Week of June 20, 2022):

                                                   TOTAL VIEWERS     ADULTS 25-54       ADULTS 18-49     HOUSEHOLDS

GOOD MORNING AMERICA              2,908,000           0.5/11;    668,000      0.3/10;   443,000            2.1/13
TODAY                                                      2,621,000           0.5/11;    625,000      0.3/ 9;    403,000            1.9/12
CBS MORNINGS                                      2,297,000           0.4/ 9;    506,000       0.3/ 8;    342,000           1.6/10

Source: The Nielsen Company, NTI Total Viewers, Adults 25-54 and Adults 18-49 Live + SD Current Week (w/o 6/20/22), Previous Week (w/o 6/13/22) and Year-Ago Week (w/o 6/21/21). Most Current: 2021 -2022 Season (9/20/21 – 6/26/22) and 2020 -2021 Season (9/21/20 – 6/27/21). Live+7/Most Current – 2Q22: 3/28 – 6/26/22, – 2Q21: 3/29 – 6/27/21 and 1Q22: 12/27/21 – 3/27/22.  Beginning 8/31/20, national ratings also include Out of Home (OOH) viewing. Averages based on regular telecasts.

Emmy® Award-winning “GMA,” featuring the anchor team of Robin Roberts, George Stephanopoulos, Michael Strahan and chief meteorologist Ginger Zee, airs live Monday-Friday (7:00-9:00 a.m. EDT) on ABC. Simone Swink is the executive producer.


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Thursday, June 30

  • Heidi Klum; Ibram X. Kendi

Friday, July 1 – (OAD: 5/3/22)

  • Jose Andres and Ron Howard

  • Legal commentator Emily Bazelon

  • Performance by Lucius featuring Sheryl Crow and Celisse

Monday, July 4 – (OAD: 6/14/22)

  • Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein

  • Performance by Bonnie Raitt

Tuesday, July 5 – (OAD: 6/22/22)

  • Taika Waititi

  • David Sedaris

Wednesday, July 6 – (OAD: 6/23/22)

  • Beto O’Rourke

  • Matilda Lawler

Thursday, July 7 – (OAD: 6/28/22)

  • Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY)

  • Performance by Jimmie Allen

Friday, July 8 – (OAD: 6/7/22)

  • Robert De Niro; Rosie Perez

Monday, July 11 – (OAD: 6/16/22)

  • Tom Hanks; performance by Regina Spektor

Tuesday, July 12 – (OAD: 6/27/22)

  • Wanda Sykes; Ronan Farrow

Wednesday, July 13 – (OAD: 5/20/22)

  • Shaquille O’Neal takes “The Colbert Questionert”

  • Sebastian Stan

  • Performance by Sharon Van Etten

Thursday, July 14 – (OAD: 6/15/22)

  • Emma Thompson

  • “First Drafts” with Evie Colbert

  • Tom Segura

Friday, July 15 – (OAD: 6/29/22)

  • Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-IL); Karl Urban

  • Performance by Stephen Sanchez

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Monday, July 4

  • Actor and television host Kelsey Grammer; comedian and actress Cristela Alonzo (n)

Tuesday, July 5

  • Actors Tom Hopper and David Castañeda discuss their television series; host T.J. Lavin (CBS’ THE CHALLENGE: USA) (n)

Wednesday, July 6

  • Actress Lana Condor; former NBA basketball player and sports commentator Robert Horry guest co-hosts (n)

Thursday, July 7

  • Actor Joe Manganiello discusses his new television series (n)

Friday, July 8

  • Actress and television host Lisa Kudrow; THE TALK’s “Food Face-Off” competition series continues with hot dogs: Jim Pittenger, owner of Biker Jim’s Gourmet Dogs in Denver, Colo. vs. AJ Ruberti, co-owner of Rawley’s Drive-In of Fairfield, Conn.; TV personality and singer Ray J guest co-hosts (n)

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Tamron Hall returns for 4th season

NEWS: “Tamron Hall” Will Return for Fourth Season on Tuesday, September 6 Following Second Daytime Emmy® Win For Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host


June 27, 2022




Nationally Syndicated Talk Show Returns for Fourth Season on Tuesday, September 6, 2022


Tamron Hall was honored by The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences on Friday with her second Daytime Emmy® Award for Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host during the televised ceremony from the Pasadena Convention Center. ABC News announced today “Tamron Hall’s” premiere date for the show’s fourth season is Tuesday, September 6, 2022.


Hall took home her first hosting trophy in 2020, marking the first time since the award’s 2015 inception that a freshman host was the recipient of that honor. The nationally syndicated show (check local listings) was nominated for a record four nominations in 2022: Outstanding Informative Talk Show Host, as well as Outstanding Informative Talk Show, Outstanding Art Direction/Set Decoration/Scenic Design and Outstanding Makeup.


“On the heels of the exciting and humbling Daytime Emmy win for Outstanding Talk Show Host, to coming off recent season high record ratings, I can’t wait to return for season 4 and continue our amazing conversations with unforgettable guests. Our audience keeps growing and I’m so honored to spend this golden hour with the Tam Fam every day,” said Tamron Hall.


“Tamron Hall,” is a destination to discuss and dissect the issues of the day. The show’s third season featured timely, topical and powerful conversations with newsmakers, changemakers, and visionaries including Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, former First Lady and best-selling author Michelle Obama, Oscar-award-winning actress Halle Berry, Dancing With the Stars pro Cheryl Burke, supermodel, entrepreneur, and philanthropist Iman, author and former Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin, country music superstar LeAnn Rimes, actress/writer/director/producer Issa Rae, legendary R&B group New Edition, TV’s original Wonder Woman Lynda Carter, music icon and actress Mary J. Blige, and many more.


From the deeply personal to the purely fun, “Tamron Hall” is a daily destination for viewers to connect with the people shaping our lives through entertaining, meaningful and impactful topics, like medical gaslighting; human trafficking; “The Great Resignation” where Tamron spoke candidly with Americans quitting their jobs in record numbers in search of more money, flexibility and happiness; “mom rage” where brave women shared their stories; and how to deal with toddler tantrums. The show also provided helpful tips and takeaways about everything from how to be more confident to how to find love and how to harness the power of laughter.


“Tamron Hall” is produced by ABC News and is distributed in national syndication by Disney Media & Entertainment Distribution. The show is executive produced by Hall and Quiana Burns. The show broadcasts from New York City and features a dynamic mix of live and taped shows.


For times and channels, go to and follow the show on social media @TamronHallShow.




Monday, November 22: Guests include Jeremy Renner, Kristin Chenoweth and stand-up comedian Ali Kolbert. Show #1556

**Tuesday, November 23: Guests include Hailee Steinfeld, Liza Koshy and musical guest Avril Lavigne with special guest Travis Barker. Show #1557

Wednesday, November 24: Guests include Julie Bowen, Keke Palmer and musical guest Zoe Wees. Show #1558

Thursday, November 25: Guests include Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd, Sebastian Maniscalco, and musical guest Jenny Lewis. Show #1559

**Friday, November 26: Guests include Taylor Swift, Colin Quinn and stand-up comedian Jared Freid. OAD 11/11/21

**Monday, November 29: TBD

These listings are subject to change

**denotes changes or additions