Former NBC News Anchor Developing Talk Show

Jul 13, 2017  •  Post A Comment

A TV personality who is familiar to audiences through her work on MSNBC, NBC’s “Today” show and other NBC News programs is reportedly developing a daytime talk show. Variety reports that Tamron Hall, who left NBC News in February, is working with Weinstein Television on the daily show.

“Hall will co-create the program with Weinstein and serve as host and executive producer of the series,” Variety reports. “Weinstein said Barry Wallach, a former president of domestic TV distribution for NBC, would consult.  Weinstein and Hall will also collaborate to develop other non-scripted programming under the terms of their pact.”

The untitled program will reportedly be shot in front of a live audience and will feature discussion of current events and human-interest stories along with celebrity and newsmaker interviews.

Hall’s many roles with NBC News have included working as dayside anchor on MSNBC, hosting “MSNBC Live with Tamron Hall” and co-hosting the third hour of the “Today” show.


  1. When they all leave news they go on to develop a talk show. To MAKE a difference!!! Until they get canceled in mid-season.

  2. First you have to get distribution before you can get cancelled.

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