Tamron Hall Announces Season 3 Renewal!

The Tamron Hall show is being picked up for a third season and will be on air through 2022.


Tamron Hall is a broadcast journalist who has formerly worked on the Today Show and other NBC shows. Hall now hosts her own self-titled daytime talk show which debuted in September of last year. Tamron Hall said:

"Tamfam, thank you for giving us the space and grace to have a real conversation every day. Life is about the tough talks; but for me, more than anything else, it's about having an honest, fair and open discussion where we can laugh, learn and find hope together. Thank you to my Disney-ABC team for proving we can still dream together and to our terrific station partners. Also thanks to our many guests who have agreed it's time to say 'let's talk about it.'"

Walt Disney Television has already decided to renew the talk show for a third season which will air from 2021 through 2020. William Burton, SVP of Syndication, Daytime and Sports at ABC Entertainment said:

"Tamron and our team aggressively came out of the starting block for a fantastic first month of our new season From exclusive newsmaking interviews to compelling conversations, we look forward to the 'Tamron Hall' show remaining a daytime destination for viewers for years to come."

Season two is on the air now and premiered on September 18th. The second season has already had some notable and controversial guests such as Carole Baskin, Stassi Schroeder and Andrew Gillum.

Carole Baskin Talks About Lawsuit From Late Husbands Family

Carole Baskin began trending on social media and in the news during the early months of quarantine when Netflix released Tiger King. Since then Baskin has been thought to have killed her late husband who went missing. She virtually joined Hall on the Tamron Hall show to discuss about what happened to her missing husband, the lawsuit his family has filed and the advertisement they paid to play during a Dancing with the Stars episode where she was a contestant.

Stassi Schroeder Reflects On Racially Insensitive Actions

Stassi Schroeder was fired form Vanderpump Rules for racially insensitive behavior towards one of her former castmates. Schroeder broke her silence on the situation when she went on the Tamron Hall show to discuss how she has learned more about Black history and reframed her thoughts.

Andrew Gillum Comes Out As Bisexual 

Andrew Gillum is the former mayor of Tallahasse and spoke with Hall on her season two premiere episode on September 14th. He came out publicly as bisexual and discussed about how he is struggling in his marriage and with his family because of it.

The Tamron Hall show this season has also spoken with both Chris Evans and Samuel L. Jackson from the Marvel universe about the tragic passing of one of their own, Chadwick Boseman.

For more discussions on hot button topics such as the racial divide in our country, the debate on masks and discussions on what being nonbinary means tune into the Tamron Hall show. Check your local listenings to find out when Tamron Hall is on near you.

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