Tamron Hall excitedly announced that her show, "Tamron Hall" will be back on air and will be taped from her home. The talk show host revealed her new workspace in a clip of her announcement.
“Tamron Hall” is back on air but from a different setting. The show’s host, Taron Hall announced that she’s broadcasting from her old home which she slowly transformed into a makeshift studio.
“We are doing this show now from my home. We’re not in the studio but the show continues.”
And while her show will now resume broadcast, recent reports revealed that there've been some changes in production.
Tamron further said the show will air on its usual timeslot and the same station. The only difference is its setting which will now be in her home as she abides by isolation guidelines imposed in the country to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus.
“We’ve got some big ones coming up,” Tamron promised her fans before she gave them a 360-degree tour of her home which she’s slowly converting into a studio. Several lights surrounded the area, among other production paraphernalia.
“Tamron Hall” temporarily went off the air at the height of the Coronavirus outbreak last month. While isolating herself at home, the talk show host conducted live interviews on her Instagram Live to continue entertaining her fans.
And while her show will now resume broadcast, recent reports revealed that there've been some changes in production. The show’s executive producer, Bill Geddie reportedly left and has been replaced by former “The View” executive producer, Candi Carter.
Reports suggested that friction between Bill and Tamron led to his departure. They allegedly didn’t see eye to eye on several occasions, the last one being an interview Bill proposed to Tamron.
Last year, Bill wanted Tamron to interview Bill O’Reilly about sexual harassment allegations against him. Tamron declined and this caused an irreparable rift between them.
Candi’s introduction to the show is expected to breathe new life into it. A source for Page Six said Tamron wanted someone “more in tune with the current daytime TV audience” and Candi seems to fit that mold.
Now that Tamron will be working from home, she could also delight in spending more time with her son, Moses. She recently revealed how life at home isn’t boring at all, not with Moses around. However, she admitted, it was “a tad difficult” working with her son constantly kicking and making noises as she revealed in a cute clip of her 11-month-old.
December 17, 2019