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Tamron Hall is returning to television in the Fall of 2019. Her new daytime talk show will be on ABC. She left NBC on February 1, 2017 after the network made way for Megyn Kelly to take over the third hour of the Today show. Hall and Al Roker hosted Today's Take before it was canceled even though it was getting high ratings.
The network offered to keep Hall, but she departed from NBC and MSNBC. She had a lot of support when she left. She said she did not know what she was going to do. However, she took a leap of faith, and now things are lining up for the 48-year-old talented broadcast journalist and television host.
Before Hall made a deal for a new show on ABC, she stayed busy with speaking engagements. She has been quite involved with the domestic abuse charity Safe Horizon in honor of her late sister. Additionally, she continued to host the ID Network’s Deadline Crime.
Tamron Hall's Deal with Disney ABC
According to Deadline, Hall has made a deal with Disney ABC for a new syndicated daytime talk show. Conversations started months ago for the new talk show, and the green light has been given for the show to premiere in 2019.
The time slot has not been revealed for Tamron's show to air. Viewers will be notified long before the show is launched. What is known is that it will be during the day on one or more of the eight ABC Owned Television Stations.
- WABC-TV in New York
- KABC-TV in Los Angeles
- WLS-TV in Chicago
- WPVI-TV in Philadelphia
- KGO-TV in San Francisco
- KTRK-TV in Houston
- WTVD-TV in Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina
- KFSN-TV in Fresno, California
Wendy McMahon, the president of ABC Owned Television Stations Group, made a statement that officials are excited to bring Tamron on board because she has a lot to offer. McMahon describes Tamron as being refreshingly authentic and approachable. She added that Tamron genuinely cares about people and things concerning their lives. The president concluded that the network knows the host of the new show will connect with audiences in a very personal and positive way.
Tamron says she couldn’t be more humbled to return to daytime television. To top it off, she said she is glad to be backed by a great team at an iconic company.
Tamron Hall's Experience
Hall is not a novice at hosting talk shows. She started her career on MSNBC in July 2007. From then until 2017, she hosted several news shows.
- Investigation Discovery’s Deadline: Crime with Tamron Hall.
- Guns On Campus: Tamron Hall Investigates special
- Co-hosted NBC News team’s Today's Take with Al Roker
- Anchor of MSNBC Live with Tamron Hall
Before joining MSNBC in July 2007, Hall spent significant time as a general assignment reporter, consumer reporter and host of the three-hour Fox News in the Morning program.
Her other notable credits included being at KBTX from 1992 to 1994. She was at KTVT from 1994 to 1997. Then from 1997 to 2007, she was at WFLD in Chicago.
Hall has been very active on social media. She has been keeping her followers up to date since she left MSNBC. She was thrilled to announce that she will partner with the ABC Owned Television Stations Group. She explained that the daytime talk show will appeal to audiences across the country.
Tamron Hall Responds About Megyn Kelly's Canceled Show
Megyn Kelly received a lot of backlash after the blackface comment a few days before Halloween. Many said NBC should never have replaced Tamron and Al Roker's Today's Take at the 9 a.m. hour with Megyn Kelly Today.
When Kelly's talk show was canceled on October 24, Tamron Hall did not applaud the situation. Fans called her and suggested she return to NBC. That is not what Tamron wants. She is excited about a fresh start at ABC. She responded by saying she is living her best life.