Daytime cooking show – Daytime Emmys http://daytimeemmys.tv/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 00:17:51 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://daytimeemmys.tv/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-27-120x120.png Daytime cooking show – Daytime Emmys http://daytimeemmys.tv/ 32 32 Fall fashion show headlines first Wilton Woman’s Club general meeting of 2022-23 https://daytimeemmys.tv/fall-fashion-show-headlines-first-wilton-womans-club-general-meeting-of-2022-23/ Tue, 20 Sep 2022 00:17:51 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/fall-fashion-show-headlines-first-wilton-womans-club-general-meeting-of-2022-23/ At the annual Wilton Woman’s Club meeting and fall fashion show. Photo: contributed/Justin Baiad Photography. The Wilton Women’s Club welcomed his Fall Annual Meeting with a fall fashion show at WEPCO, featuring styles from Wilton’s own stores. The meeting was held to review the various club committees available for members to volunteer, learn about upcoming […]]]>

At the annual Wilton Woman’s Club meeting and fall fashion show. Photo: contributed/Justin Baiad Photography.

The Wilton Women’s Club welcomed his Fall Annual Meeting with a fall fashion show at WEPCO, featuring styles from Wilton’s own stores. The meeting was held to review the various club committees available for members to volunteer, learn about upcoming events, check out some local fall fashions, and have an in-person social occasion to celebrate.

Local store representatives BChic, Blue Star Bazaar, champagne tasting, open house and Vivid alligator were all on hand with their fall fashions. The models each wore clothes for three different occasions, including a casual day, a girls’ night out and a weekend brunch. The models were Maria Wilcox, Linda Sweeny, Tricia King, Dana Quick and Claire Murphy. The event photographer was Justin Baiad.

This show is a precursor to the Wilton Woman’s Club flagship event, which is the Annual fashion show and lunchheld each spring, as a major fundraiser for the local charity selected by the WWC that year.

Some Wilton Woman’s Club committees members discussed included community service, philanthropy, hospitality, pantry, book club, and a new walking club. Planned upcoming events include a Merit Financial professional conference on women and financial reporting, a holiday table decorating class, and a walking tour of Arthur Avenue.

The Wilton Woman’s Club was founded in 1996 by a group of women led by Betty Sternad, who had a vision of serving individuals and groups in Wilton and surrounding communities, giving back through philanthropy, education, and community building. ties between women. Visit the WWC website for more information, including how to join.

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‘Drew Barrymore Show’ co-host Ross Mathews now lives on LI https://daytimeemmys.tv/drew-barrymore-show-co-host-ross-mathews-now-lives-on-li/ Sun, 11 Sep 2022 21:36:43 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/drew-barrymore-show-co-host-ross-mathews-now-lives-on-li/ Actor-producer Drew Barrymore’s syndicated daytime talk show returns for Season 3 on Monday with a newly flexible format and a former co-host who’s a new Long Islander. “The Drew Barrymore Show” is now available to stations as “two half-hour episodes that can work together seamlessly or be separated to air separately,” producer-distributor CBS Media Ventures […]]]>

Actor-producer Drew Barrymore’s syndicated daytime talk show returns for Season 3 on Monday with a newly flexible format and a former co-host who’s a new Long Islander.

“The Drew Barrymore Show” is now available to stations as “two half-hour episodes that can work together seamlessly or be separated to air separately,” producer-distributor CBS Media Ventures announced. earlier this year. Locally, WCBS/2 opens the season with Episode 1 Monday at 9:30 a.m., while WLNY/55 opens with Episodes 1 and 2 early Tuesday at 3 and 3:30 a.m.

The season opener is actor Justin Long, a star of the new horror film “Barbarian” and Barrymore’s ex-boyfriend. The next day’s show moves away from singer Katy Perry’s Las Vegas residency, “Play.” The next two days feature, respectively, actress Selma Blair and her new memoir; and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her daughter, writer and activist Chelsea Clinton. , discussing their new Apple TV+ documentary series “Gutsy, spotlighting influential women.

The final show of the week features a new segment, “Drewber,” in which Barrymore drives a van around New York while conversing with the day’s guests, starting with actor Idris Elba and his wife Sabrina.

Barrymore co-host, comedian and television personality Ross Mathews returns as a new Long Islander after moving here from Los Angeles following his May marriage to Wellinthon García, a Long Island educator.

“When we were making our home, you know, it was, like, Long Island, right!” Mathews, who turns 43 later this month, told Newsday TV’s Elisa DiStefano. “I didn’t know anything. And now I take the LIRR every day and I walk from Penn Station and I come here and every weekend we explore Long Island,” he said, adding, “I like how different the North Shore is from the South Shore: You leave from the beautiful sandy beaches [that make] it feels like Florida, down to the North Shore [where] you feel like you are in New England. … And we can talk about food!

One of Long Island’s stand-up comedy deans, 60-year-old Joey Kola (né Kohler), who grew up on the Bay Shore and lives in Bellmore, is also back to warm up the audience.

Other guests scheduled for this season include George Clooney, Susan Sarandon, Tyler Perry, Serena Williams, Nick Kroll, Billy Eichner, Luke Macfarlane, Jon Hamm, Hilary Swank, Naomi Watts and Constance Wu.

With Elisa DiStefano

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Sherri Shepherd explains why her new daytime show won’t come close to politics and the advice she got from Barbara Walters https://daytimeemmys.tv/sherri-shepherd-explains-why-her-new-daytime-show-wont-come-close-to-politics-and-the-advice-she-got-from-barbara-walters/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 21:02:21 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/sherri-shepherd-explains-why-her-new-daytime-show-wont-come-close-to-politics-and-the-advice-she-got-from-barbara-walters/ Sherri Shepherd told Yahoo Entertainment why her new daytime show, Sherri, will not approach politics. And she also revealed some of the advice she’s received from Barbara Walters over the years of working with her. Video Transcript SHEPHERD SHERRI: I’m so excited because it’s the photoshoot for my new talk show, “Sherri.” No, I don’t […]]]>

Sherri Shepherd told Yahoo Entertainment why her new daytime show, Sherri, will not approach politics. And she also revealed some of the advice she’s received from Barbara Walters over the years of working with her.

Video Transcript

SHEPHERD SHERRI: I’m so excited because it’s the photoshoot for my new talk show, “Sherri.” No, I don’t think I need to lean into politics because you have a plethora of shows you can lean into to get your politics. Number one, my old playground, “The View”. So if you want to lean into politics, and want to have it all, I’m your escape from pessimism.

I’m your escape – sometimes we hear and see so much on Instagram, on social media, on this network, on that one. Fear, desensitization – when you are desensitized. I couldn’t say the whole word. And it’s like you sometimes you just want to escape. And you want to laugh. And you want permission to breathe and feel good. It’s me.

She did her job well at the level to which she was promoted. So to say that I’m so distracted by the size of your breasts, something you can’t do anything about, offends me.

BARBARA-WALTER: OKAY. Can I say something? Because I’m offended. I think that is totally wrong.

SHEPHERD SHERRI: Barbara Walters. Oh my God. You couldn’t pay to have a better education on interviewing people. Barbara Walters always said, be curious about people. Barbara Walters would say don’t take no for an answer. Barbara Walters also said, why don’t you read a book, honey? So even the way I started talking when I started doing “The View,” I was like, take some time to enjoy the view. Barbara Walters taught me that people take you more seriously as a woman when your voice is deep. So, I was literally standing in front of the mirror and taking some time to enjoy the view. Take some time. Take some time. Take some time. So now my voice is very, very deep.

I heard a warning. Intruder. Get out of the house. Warning. Intruder. And I jumped up, and I was looking for my wig because I couldn’t find my wig. I relish the challenge. I have great respect for comedians who do talk shows. Because I think I’ve always said that comics are underrated. We create magic where there is none.

When I wanted my own talk show, and people will say, oh no, you need it. And you need this. And you don’t… maybe you can learn to cook. And blah, blah, blah. Literally I would go, but no. I am a comedian. That’s what I bring. This magic of being able to look at things and make people laugh. And have that joy.

So I’m really excited to bring my sense of humor to the audience today because I think it’s needed. There is a big void that needs to be filled with Ellen’s departure. The comics are no longer aired. And I think, yeah, I can’t wait to get into that pool.

I love how Johnny Carson would break the comics. Also Jay Leno. To me, if you could be on the “Jay Leno Show” and stand up, that could make your career. You could get a sitcom out of this. Your career could well be launched. Same thing with Johnny Carson. And I know stand-up is so personal to me — I’ve done it all my life — that I want to do it for other comedians.

I want the comedians to come on the show at Sherri’s Laugh Lounge and get to show off what they’ve got. What if I could introduce the world to a comic that they’ve never seen before, and make them laugh, and the world says, I want to see more of this comic, so man, how exciting is that ?

Save this date. Set an alarm. Because Sherri comes during the day. Is it too like, I’m a stalker? This one looked like this.

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Sherri Shepherd explains why her new daytime show won’t come close to politics and the advice she got from Barbara Walters https://daytimeemmys.tv/sherri-shepherd-explains-why-her-new-daytime-show-wont-come-close-to-politics-and-the-advice-she-got-from-barbara-walters-2/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 21:02:21 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/sherri-shepherd-explains-why-her-new-daytime-show-wont-come-close-to-politics-and-the-advice-she-got-from-barbara-walters-2/ Sherri Shepherd told Yahoo Entertainment why her new daytime show, Sherri, will not approach politics. And she also revealed some of the advice she’s received from Barbara Walters over the years of working with her. Video Transcript SHEPHERD SHERRI: I’m so excited because it’s the photoshoot for my new talk show, “Sherri.” No, I don’t […]]]>

Sherri Shepherd told Yahoo Entertainment why her new daytime show, Sherri, will not approach politics. And she also revealed some of the advice she’s received from Barbara Walters over the years of working with her.

Video Transcript

SHEPHERD SHERRI: I’m so excited because it’s the photoshoot for my new talk show, “Sherri.” No, I don’t think I need to lean into politics because you have a plethora of shows you can lean into to get your politics. Number one, my old playground, “The View”. So if you want to lean into politics, and want to have it all, I’m your escape from pessimism.

I’m your escape – sometimes we hear and see so much on Instagram, on social media, on this network, on that one. Fear, desensitization – when you are desensitized. I couldn’t say the whole word. And it’s like you sometimes you just want to escape. And you want to laugh. And you want permission to breathe and feel good. It’s me.

She did her job well at the level to which she was promoted. So to say that I’m so distracted by the size of your breasts, something you can’t do anything about, offends me.

BARBARA-WALTER: OKAY. Can I say something? Because I’m offended. I think that is totally wrong.

SHEPHERD SHERRI: Barbara Walters. Oh my God. You couldn’t pay to have a better education on interviewing people. Barbara Walters always said, be curious about people. Barbara Walters would say don’t take no for an answer. Barbara Walters also said, why don’t you read a book, honey? So even the way I started talking when I started doing “The View,” I was like, take some time to enjoy the view. Barbara Walters taught me that people take you more seriously as a woman when your voice is deep. So, I was literally standing in front of the mirror and taking some time to enjoy the view. Take some time. Take some time. Take some time. So now my voice is very, very deep.

I heard a warning. Intruder. Get out of the house. Warning. Intruder. And I jumped up, and I was looking for my wig because I couldn’t find my wig. I relish the challenge. I have great respect for comedians who do talk shows. Because I think I’ve always said that comics are underrated. We create magic where there is none.

When I wanted my own talk show, and people will say, oh no, you need it. And you need this. And you don’t… maybe you can learn to cook. And blah, blah, blah. Literally I would go, but no. I am a comedian. That’s what I bring. This magic of being able to look at things and make people laugh. And have that joy.

So I’m really excited to bring my sense of humor to the audience today because I think it’s needed. There is a big void that needs to be filled with Ellen’s departure. The comics are no longer aired. And I think, yeah, I can’t wait to get into that pool.

I love how Johnny Carson would break the comics. Also Jay Leno. To me, if you could be on the “Jay Leno Show” and stand up, that could make your career. You could get a sitcom out of this. Your career could well be launched. Same thing with Johnny Carson. And I know stand-up is so personal to me — I’ve done it all my life — that I want to do it for other comedians.

I want the comedians to come on the show at Sherri’s Laugh Lounge and get to show off what they’ve got. What if I could introduce the world to a comic that they’ve never seen before, and make them laugh, and the world says, I want to see more of this comic, so man, how exciting is that ?

Save this date. Set an alarm. Because Sherri comes during the day. Is it too like, I’m a stalker? This one looked like this.

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Drew Barrymore on Falling in love with his talk show and nurturing his health and happiness https://daytimeemmys.tv/drew-barrymore-on-falling-in-love-with-his-talk-show-and-nurturing-his-health-and-happiness/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/drew-barrymore-on-falling-in-love-with-his-talk-show-and-nurturing-his-health-and-happiness/ It’s been two years since Drew Barrymore joined the ranks of talk show hosts with The Drew Barrymore Show. Now in its third season (premiering Sept. 12), 47-year-old Barrymore has new prospects. “The first year of every talk show is such a soul searching to figure out who you are,” she says. This year, she […]]]>

It’s been two years since Drew Barrymore joined the ranks of talk show hosts with The Drew Barrymore Show. Now in its third season (premiering Sept. 12), 47-year-old Barrymore has new prospects. “The first year of every talk show is such a soul searching to figure out who you are,” she says. This year, she will challenge herself to relax into the concert with even more confidence.

The former child star (has been delighting fans for 40 years as Gertie in Steven Spielberg’s film HEY.), made a name for herself in Hollywood, started a production company, introduced various product lines (including Flower Beauty, her cruelty-free makeup line), and ran her own magazine. But the talk show — with its emotional moments, daytime TV antics and ever-smiling host — is her baby, she says. “It’s that thing that comes into your life where you’re like, ‘I just never want to be without you.’ I’m so in love with this show.

She credits her interactions with fans on Instagram for grooming her to chat with celebrity guests and entertain an in-studio audience. “Speaking for myself, assuming nobody, and being myself, not a character, ended up being good practice for me,” she says. Her optimism on social media tends to go viral, such as a recent video showing her joy at being caught in the rain. Barrymore prides herself on being authentic and is tickled by how others interpret this. “I was looking The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night and [he showed] my rain video and he’s like, ‘What a lovely adorable psychotic break.’ At first when he said “Drew Barrymore”, I was like, “Oh my god, I love Colbert”. He says my name! And then he says, ‘lovely psychotic break.’ I was like, ‘Oh OK,’ she said, laughing.

While you won’t see the busy mother of two (Olive, 9, and Frankie, 8) take part in a ‘What I eat in a day’ type interview: “I won’t make people feel like I’m the pillar of balance” – she has a few tricks up her sleeve, like prioritizing therapy, meditation and her own happiness. We caught up with Barrymore to discuss how quitting alcohol has changed her life, how she broke free from the scales and how she avoids burnout.

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Weekend Radar: Old Crow Medicine Show, Armenian Food Festival, Art from El Salvador, RVA Weekend Brunch, Afro Fest https://daytimeemmys.tv/weekend-radar-old-crow-medicine-show-armenian-food-festival-art-from-el-salvador-rva-weekend-brunch-afro-fest/ Fri, 09 Sep 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/weekend-radar-old-crow-medicine-show-armenian-food-festival-art-from-el-salvador-rva-weekend-brunch-afro-fest/ The Richmond Folk Festival returns Friday-Sunday, October 7-9, and celebrates its 18th anniversary, having become one of Virginia’s largest and most beloved events. The festival draws attendees to downtown Richmond’s riverfront each year to celebrate the roots, richness and variety of American culture through music, dance, traditional crafts, storytelling and food . The free three-day […]]]>

The Richmond Folk Festival returns Friday-Sunday, October 7-9, and celebrates its 18th anniversary, having become one of Virginia’s largest and most beloved events. The festival draws attendees to downtown Richmond’s riverfront each year to celebrate the roots, richness and variety of American culture through music, dance, traditional crafts, storytelling and food .

The free three-day event hosts 200,000 people over the weekend and is produced by Venture Richmond Events in partnership with the National Council for the Traditional Arts (NCTA), Virginia Folklife Program of Virginia Humanities, Center for Cultural Vibrancy , Children’s Museum , and the City of Richmond.

Featuring six stages and featuring music and dance from more than 30 performing groups from Virginia, the nation and the world, the Richmond Folk Festival today announces the full performance schedule along with the Virginia Folklife Area and Stage and the Family Area. Again featuring a new arts program and the country’s top traditional artists, this year’s festival offers something for everyone.

Full performance schedule

Read all about the artists at each stage and check out the full schedule of events for the weekend.
Read all about each artist’s performance, plus audio and video clips.
Area and scene of Virginia folk life

For the first time, the Virginia Folklife Area is produced through a partnership between the Virginia Folklife Program of Virginia Humanities and the new Center for Cultural Vibrancy. Along with this newly formed partnership, this year offers many reasons to celebrate. 2022 marks the twentieth anniversary of the founding of the Virginia Folklife Apprenticeship Program, which supports the continuation of living traditions by providing direct support and a public platform for artists.

Along with an interactive exhibit to celebrate this milestone, there will be an Instrument Makers Workshop featuring several current and past apprentice artists. Eleven luthiers who build and repair guitars, banjos, mandolins, fiddles, dulcimers and more will travel from across the state to showcase the many skills required to make string instruments. In addition to their craft demonstrations, there will be a
Instrument Makers Jam on the Virginia folk scene with a one-of-a-kind special performance uniting Tata Cepeda, one of Puerto Rico’s top bomba dancers, with Fredericksburg’s non-profit organization Semilla Cultural, led by Isha M Renta Lopez. Lopez and Cepeda are currently apprentice artists in the Virginia Folklife Program.

The Traditional Crafts Area is produced by the Virginia Folklife Program of Virginia Humanities, the state center for documenting, presenting, supporting, and celebrating Virginia’s rich cultural heritage. For more than thirty years, the program has documented the musical and material traditions of the Commonwealth and shared those stories through hands-on workshops, performances, exhibits, audio and video recordings, and learnings across Virginia.

Read all about the artists at the Virginia Folklife Area and Stage.

Family Space, Produced by the Children’s Museum
Superheroes of all sizes will enjoy themed areas ranging from iconic sack hats, hand paint and balloon artists, to the creative zone where everyone can contribute to a joint art project recognizing “superheroes.” of our own community. Kids can test their superpowers in the obstacle course or show off other amazing skills in the activity area. Guests can visit each area and fill out a passport for a prize! The City Singers and the Autism Society of Virginia will bring an extra “super” dimension to the family space with instruments and sensory exploration. It’s a POWERFUL experience for the whole family!

The Family Zone is in its new location this year just up the hill in the grassy field at 2nd Street and Brown’s Island Way.

Festival times
Friday, October 7 — 6:30 p.m. – 10:00 p.m.
Saturday, October 8 — 12:00 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
Sunday, October 9 — 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.

Friends of the Festival

Become a Festival Friend to help support the Richmond Folk Festival for many years to come! Donations from our Friends ensure the consistency and future of the performances and programs we all value most. Your support is invaluable as we work to support Richmond’s largest arts and culture gathering. Benefits include: weekend parking passes, name featured on festival banners and website, Richmond Folk Festival commemorative enamel pin, and limited edition, screen-printed, hand-signed poster. hand and numbered by the official 2022 poster designer.

Learn more here! https://www.richmondfolkfestival.org/donations
For more information on the Richmond Folk Festival, visit www.richmondfolkfestival.org.
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Sherri Shepherd is thrilled to be herself on a new talk show | app https://daytimeemmys.tv/sherri-shepherd-is-thrilled-to-be-herself-on-a-new-talk-show-app/ Thu, 08 Sep 2022 20:15:56 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/sherri-shepherd-is-thrilled-to-be-herself-on-a-new-talk-show-app/ NEW YORK (AP) — Sherri Shepherd is no stranger to hosting gigs on daytime television, but when Oprah Winfrey offered to give her advice, the actor, comedian and bestselling author took 15 note pages. Shepherd spent more than seven years at the table on ABC’s Daytime Emmy-winning show “The View” and appeared on Wendy Williams’ […]]]>

NEW YORK (AP) — Sherri Shepherd is no stranger to hosting gigs on daytime television, but when Oprah Winfrey offered to give her advice, the actor, comedian and bestselling author took 15 note pages.

Shepherd spent more than seven years at the table on ABC’s Daytime Emmy-winning show “The View” and appeared on Wendy Williams’ talk show for several months when Williams suffered health problems last year. . But she dreamed of having her own show. This dream is now a reality. She’ll combine her skills honed over a long career — from acting to stand-up comedy to interviewing — when “Sherri” debuts Sept. 12 on most Fox stations.

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Tamron Hall on the new season of the talk show, Cooking with his son https://daytimeemmys.tv/tamron-hall-on-the-new-season-of-the-talk-show-cooking-with-his-son/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 19:59:27 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/tamron-hall-on-the-new-season-of-the-talk-show-cooking-with-his-son/ Tamron Hall says that after her father died, she learned to cook Thanksgiving dinner in his honor. (Photo: Getty; designed by Nathalie Cruz) Because food connects us all, Yahoo Life offers a plateful of tableside chats with people who are passionate about what’s on their menu in Of icea series on food. The first time […]]]>

Tamron Hall says that after her father died, she learned to cook Thanksgiving dinner in his honor. (Photo: Getty; designed by Nathalie Cruz)

Because food connects us all, Yahoo Life offers a plateful of tableside chats with people who are passionate about what’s on their menu in Of icea series on food.

The first time Tamron Hall really felt the magnitude of his father’s death in 2008 was the first Thanksgiving his family spent without him. The Emmy-winning talk show host said it was spending a food-focused vacation without her dad that the loss really hit home.

“I missed my dad the minute he passed away, but I missed him even more the first Thanksgiving, without his food or his pies,” Hall told Yahoo Life. “He was always cooking five or six turkeys…and hams. He was a unique person in that he could cook and bake.”

Hall says she shared her feelings of grief with a friend, who then gave her a gift certificate for a cooking class. It was during class that Hall says she started connecting with the kitchen, so she signed on to take on the chores for the Thanksgiving meal in honor of her father.

“I kept training, training and training,” says Hall. “And I was very proud to say that I cooked Thanksgiving dinner for my whole family and that kind of sparked this passion for cooking that came with the loss of my dad.”

“I feel so connected to him when I cook,” she adds.

It’s one of the reasons the cooking segments are part of his nationally broadcast talk show, Tamron Hallwhich began its fourth season on September 6. Hall says having her own show allows her to expand on the fast food segments she used to do during her morning show days.

With more time in each episode, Hall can ask chefs to teach viewers how to make difficult recipes or spend time digging into the reason behind the recipes. “We touch on a lot of cooking segments that are inspired by his culture,” she says. “I love hearing why someone liked the pierogies their mom made for them.”

“I love the cultural connection of cooking, and we weave it into our show, which is about the journey of life,” Hall continues. “A big part of that life journey is someone cooking us a meal.”

The show kicks off its new season with Wildest Dream Month, which will include everything from making some viewers’ wildest dreams come true to Hall revealing some things she says she never thought about in her wildest dreams that she would reveal. Last month, Hall won his second Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Informational Talk Show Host. The talk show covers a variety of topics from parenting issues to current events…and of course, food.

“I love to cook, my son cooks,” Hall says, referring to her 3-year-old son, Moses. “It’s therapy for me.”

She hopes to pass on the love of cooking she learned from her father to her own son, which is another reason why it’s important to lead the Thanksgiving meal.

So what’s the best thing on Hall’s holiday menu?

“I’m not going to brag, but I was told my macaroni and cheese was ridiculous,” Hall said, adding that she didn’t follow a certain recipe. “I just have it. I make a few different cheeses. I make a little nutmeg, I do everything with cheese, I slowly make the cheese sauce with milk and butter, then I layer it and layer it .”

Will viewers ever see Hall share his “ridiculous” mac and cheese recipe on air? The 51-year-old says they’ll have to wait and see.

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Bethenny Frankel Recalls ‘Crazy Experience’ With Lisa Kudrow On Talk Show – News Film | Film-News.co.uk https://daytimeemmys.tv/bethenny-frankel-recalls-crazy-experience-with-lisa-kudrow-on-talk-show-news-film-film-news-co-uk/ Tue, 06 Sep 2022 11:52:57 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/bethenny-frankel-recalls-crazy-experience-with-lisa-kudrow-on-talk-show-news-film-film-news-co-uk/ Bethenny Frankel has recalled the “crazy” encounter she had with Lisa Kudrow on her talk show. Over the weekend, Spencer Pratt went on a TikTok rant about the Friends actress, claiming she was rude and told her he had ‘serial killer eyes’ during a party in 2009. In response to the post, Bethenny wrote, “That’s […]]]>

Bethenny Frankel has recalled the “crazy” encounter she had with Lisa Kudrow on her talk show.

Over the weekend, Spencer Pratt went on a TikTok rant about the Friends actress, claiming she was rude and told her he had ‘serial killer eyes’ during a party in 2009. In response to the post, Bethenny wrote, “That’s crazy. She was on my talk show and I had a crazy experience too.”

Following questions from fans, the businesswoman posted a TikTok on Monday in which she detailed her “Phoebe story” – referencing Lisa’s iconic character Phoebe Buffay while filming her talk show. Titled Bethenny, the daytime program ran for nearly a year from 2013.

“(Lisa) stood out as the person who wanted to be there the least of anyone during the whole race. It was like I walked up to her at the supermarket to interview her, and she was like, ‘What? for me in the frozen food section,’ but it was on a talk show set,” she recalled. “Basically, I was just asking her very basic normal questions, and you could tell she didn’t just didn’t want to be there, so there are two of us.”

Bethenny went on to insist that she believed Lisa was a “lovely person” and a “wonderful actress.”

“I’m not engaging in anything with her or anything with Spencer in any way,” the 51-year-old continued. “I just saw her comment, and it was funny because (it was) a weird random memory for me, just a very, very memorable time with her on my talk show. Because she didn’t want to be interviewed, which interferes with an interview.

A rep for Lisa, 59, has yet to comment on Bethenny or Spencer’s claims.

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The Suze Orman Show Archive Returns Exclusively On Amazon Freevee https://daytimeemmys.tv/the-suze-orman-show-archive-returns-exclusively-on-amazon-freevee/ Thu, 01 Sep 2022 13:35:22 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/the-suze-orman-show-archive-returns-exclusively-on-amazon-freevee/ suze orman Nathan Congleton/NBCUniversal via Getty The Suze Orman Parade returns to the small screen! Amazon Freevee has entered into a two-year licensing deal to bring back all 14 seasons of Suze Orman’s financial advice show, according to an announcement from the free streaming service Thursday. The deal – which includes rights to ad-supported free-to-air […]]]>

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The Suze Orman Parade returns to the small screen!

Amazon Freevee has entered into a two-year licensing deal to bring back all 14 seasons of Suze Orman’s financial advice show, according to an announcement from the free streaming service Thursday. The deal – which includes rights to ad-supported free-to-air and on-demand streaming TV channels – will cover the US, UK and Germany.

On Thursday, 207 episodes will be released on the platform in the United States. As for the rest of the episodes (Orman’s full library includes 592 shows), they’ll be released monthly through the end of the year.

RELATED: 6 Smart Money Moves, According To Suze Orman

The series, which aired on CNBC from 2002 to 2015, will be available on the streaming service in the UK later this year and in Germany next year.

“You should be so thrilled that Freevee is bringing back all the episodes of The Suze Orman Salon, because it has given financial freedom to millions of people,” Suze Orman said in the ad. “Freevee is the perfect new home for my show because it’s completely free, so of course YOU’RE APPROVED to watch it !”

The Suze Orman Parade

The Suze Orman Parade

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“Suze Orman is one of the most respected and recognized experts on personal finance,” added Lauren Anderson, AVOD Original Content and Programming Manager at Amazon Studios. “As viewers around the world seek answers to their questions about money management and the global economy, we couldn’t think of a better time to make this show available – or a better partner than Suze. “

Anderson continued, “We are honored that she has chosen Amazon Freevee as her long-awaited new destination to exclusively stream The Suze Orman Parade – allowing the public free access to the evergreen wisdom and practical advice she has shared with millions of people over the years.”

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The Suze Orman Parade helped make Orman a household name, the investment manager, author and podcast host drawing viewers – and winning Emmys – with her sound financial advice.

She wrote ten consecutive years New York Times bestsellers throughout his career on personal finance, and currently hosts the Women and Money Podcast by Suze Ormanwhere she continues to educate and entertain.

The last episode of The Suze Orman Parade aired in March 2015. She left the CNBC series hoping to start a syndicated daytime series called The Money War by Suze Orman CNN reported at the time, though that show never materialized.

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Last month, the financial expert spoke to PEOPLE about the drop in inflation this year thanks to a drop in rising gasoline prices across the country.

Orman said that despite news of the lower cost of gasoline, food and housing prices have risen. “The main problem, for many people in the United States, is that their rent is too high,” Orman said. “They have been shut out of the housing market because house prices are still too high.”

She went on to recommend that consumers not buy cars right now, “especially used cars.” She also cautioned against thinking the stock market will go “straight from here.”

“I just think everyone should slow down a bit,” Orman said. “I don’t think people should take all their money and put it in the market.”

The Suze Orman Parade is streaming now on Amazon Freevee.

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