Queer Eye’s Karamo Brown will host his own daytime talk show
Karamo Brown, who has already hosted Maurywill soon take over daytime television with its own eponymous talk show.
The weird eye The star’s talk show has sold out 90% of the United States for a fall 2022 premiere, Tracie Wilson, executive vice president of NBCUniversal Syndication Studios and E! News, announced in a press release on Wednesday.
Karamo is scheduled to air on stations such as WPIX New York, KTLA Los Angeles, WCIU Chicago, WPHL Philadelphia, WATL Atlanta, WLVI Boston, WKCF Orlando, WSVN Miami, and WJW Cleveland.
“Growing up hosting a daytime talk show seemed unrealistic and unattainable, but it was my dream. I used to run home from school to watch icons like that Exit, donahue and Maury“said Brown, 41.
According to the press release, Karamo will delve into various topics such as “infidelity, race, parenting, and complex family dynamics” with the author’s “enthusiastic, charismatic, and fresh voice” driving the series. The show‘s studio audience will also play a major role on the show by offering “outrageous audience opinions” and “probing questions” to the show’s guests.
“Karamo did an amazing job as a guest Maury multiple times over the past two seasons,” Wilson said in a statement. “Karamo is a true fan of the genre who will bring that passion, along with his unique skills and life experiences, to guide his guests through the dramatic intersections of life and build a lasting bond with daytime audiences.”
NBCUniversal Syndication Studios and Stamford Media Center Productions – the team behind The Steve Wilkos Show, The Jerry Springer Show, Judge Jerry and Maury – will produce.
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“Karamo is the next generation of engaging, relationship-based conversations with a truly special host and we’re very excited to bring this show to our partner stations across the country,” Wilson continued.
Brown, weird eyeThe pop culture expert, said his main goal for the show was “to help and connect with people from all walks of life.”
“As a first-generation immigrant black gay man, the opportunities for my goals seemed impossible, so I want to thank everyone involved for believing in me and trusting me to explore all the ups and downs. the lows of life and celebrate with their audience,” he said. added. “We’re all on this journey together, so let’s start talking and growing.”