Kelly Clarkson & Tamron Hall To Return to Television With Segments Shot At Home – Update

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UPDATED: After late-night talk shows one by one returned to TV with episodes taped at home, the lights are also starting to turn on for daytime talkers that had gone dark over the coronavirus crisis. Starting next week, the two breakout freshman syndicated talk shows, The Kelly Clarkson Show and Tamron Hall, will both feature new content filmed by their hosts while under quarantine at home.

Clarkson, who had been posting online updates from Montana where she is with her family, will now do those to air on the daily broadcast. The Kelly Clarkson Show has been airing original episodes that had been filmed before the production shutdowns. (Many had been previously  preempted). The week of April 6, the show will air some new original episodes plus newly filmed content from Montana.

Beginning Monday, March 30, freshman syndicated talk show Tamron Hall will return with new segments originating from her home. This new content, focused on the latest news surrounding COVID-19, will be followed by encore segments from previous episodes.

Like all other TV production, The Kelly Clarkson Show and Tamron Hall shut down two weeks ago amid escalating coronavirus pandemic. Both already have been renewed for a second season. The Disney-produced and distributed Tamron Hall recently changed showrunners, with Candi Carter taking over for Talia Parkinson-Jones. The Kelly Crakson Show hails from NBCUniversal. Here is one of Clarkson’s dispatches from Montana.

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