'The Talk' Takes A Second Bite Out Of The Big Apple When It Returns To New York City May 14-18

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April 16th, 2012

via press release:

Celebrity Guests To Include Howard Stern, Tom Selleck, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Rachael Ray and Michael Weatherly
CBS’s Daytime Talker Will Return to New York for the Second Time, Originating from Studio 42 at the CBS Broadcast Center 
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LOS ANGELES ? April 16, 2012 – It was announced today on THE TALK the show will return to New York City for the second time this season for a week of special episodes, to be broadcast Monday, May 14 through Friday, May 18 (2:00-3:00 PM, ET / 1:00-2:00 PM, PT), on the CBS Television Network.  Co-hosts Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler will shoot a week of shows originating from Studio 42 at the CBS Broadcast Center.
Throughout the week, THE TALK will feature celebrity guests including Howard Stern, Tom Selleck (star of CBS’s “Blue Bloods”), Michael Weatherly (star of CBS’s “NCIS”), Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Rachael Ray (full guest and programming line-up for the week of May 14-18 to be announced at a later date).  In addition, THE TALK will feature New York-based nutrition, finance, home improvement and fitness experts as part of the REDO YOU series focusing on self-improvement.  Plus, there will be audience giveaways that home viewers will have a chance to win.
THE TALK, CBS’s daytime talk show, features a panel of well-known news and entertainment personalities discussing current events, pop culture, contemporary issues, family, celebrity and the trending topics of the day.  John Redmann and Gilbert, who developed the show, are executive producers.

For audience and ticketing information while THE TALK is in New York, viewers can visit http://www.cbs.com/daytime/the_talk/tickets/?t=2.

  • Dontryl Alexander

    who cares, the talk sucks!

  • brian

    The view is waaaaaaay bettee

  • Androme

    The View is boring. The Talk ROCKS!!

  • boris

    Daytime talk shows are lowest form of entertainment on level with Kardashian shows. I you have self-respect watch something else.

  • brian

    View is 100000000x better then the talk. Which is a rip off from the view anyway

  • Sean

    WATCH General Hospital!!!

  • Boyd

    And I’m sure the Big Apple will never be the same … Ugggh! The only way that I would watch The Talk is if they featured a boxing match between Sharon Osbourne and Leah Remini. That’s only because I’d love to see Leah beat that annoying woman senseless for getting her fired from thw show (although I suspect “Mrs. Julie Chen Moonves” had a hand in that decision as well but Leah doesn’t want to burn that bridge behind her. After all, she may get another show on CBS someday … )

  • Dave.A

    Watch The Talk’s ratings drop as soon as Good Morning America start airing this summer at 2:00pm.

  • emme daltyn

    I miss Rhea. Underwood tries to ohard, hugging all the guests. I’m not a Sharon OS

  • OZ

    as i said i liked Rhea….but Sheryl is funny. It was smart that they got 2 comedians on the show much like the View has 3……it gives a light flavor and bubble to the show…….i watch the view also but my God, i cant stand the constant talking over each other…..its like someone starts a thought saying something and someone else jumps in….result, the audience receives nothing. They also try to pack too much information into each segment on the view. Make a choice, less questions to get to, more quality tv,….AT least with the TALK i can actually hear someones complete train of thought without having everyone jumo in,,,too helter skelter

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