Tori Spelling Finds Co-Host for Daytime Talk Show She’s Developing With ABC

Nov 12, 2010  •  Post A Comment

Tori Spelling has found a co-host for the daytime talk show she’s developing with ABC, and it’s reality show personality Jeff Lewis from Bravo’s "Flipping Out," reports the Los Angeles Times’ ShowTracker blog. 

Lewis has worked on "Flipping Out," which is about fixing up homes for resale, since it debuted in 2007, the story says, adding that a test pilot for the talk show demonstrated Spelling and Lewis have good chemistry. The program, which aims to be a talk version of "Will & Grace," is being developed by ABC Media Productions.

It’s possible the show could end up in late-afternoon time slots left open by the departure of Oprah Winfrey, or that ABC could make the show and another one it’s developing, a cooking program featuring Danny Boome, available for syndication, the article notes.


  1. Hopefully they are smart enough to find roles for Jenni and Zoila. If you add them it could actually be a pretty entertaining show. Maybe some street reporting from Jenni and Household hints from Zoila? Minimally a soap opera update from Zoila.

  2. It’s very good, I like it. Thanks very much.

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