The “Tamron Hall Show” airs weekdays on ABC. From the deeply moving to the purely fun, “Tamron Hall Show” is a daily destination for all things topical and a platform for viewers to connect with the people who are shaping our world through meaningful, engaging, and entertaining conversations. As a new mom, a newlywed, and a survivor who is proving you can accomplish anything at any age, Tamron Hall brings a refreshing, relatable, unpredictable, and unstoppable voice to television.
Monday, June 20: Celebrating women storytellers with two powerhouse voices: actress and author Gabrielle Union on her latest book, “You Got Anything Stronger?”; plus actress Hilarie Burton Morgan on her new Sundance TV small-town crime series, “It Couldn’t Happen Here.” (OAD: 9/15/22)
Tuesday, June 21: A TV exclusive: Cassandra Peterson, the woman behind the icon known as Elvira, speaks candidly about her journey overcoming insurmountable odds to become the Mistress of the Dark. Plus, GRAMMY®-nominated Bobby Hall, aka Logic, opens up about how he went from a tumultuous childhood to becoming an era-defining hip-hop artist. Also, gold-medal-winning Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman. (OAD: 9/23/22)
Wednesday, June 22: Singer Amy Grant opens up about her new personal documentary and the 30th anniversary of her iconic album “Heart In Motion.” Plus, Deji LaRay and Thomas Q Jones on their show “Johnson,” which is shattering labels. And, former “SNL” star Julia Sweeney and writer-comedian Abby McEnany discuss their Showtime series “Work in Progress.” Also, actress Molly Ringwald. (OAD: 10/5/22)
Thursday, June 23: A mystifying story of memory loss after a man woke up and could not remember 20 years of his life, and his wife and daughter became strangers. (OAD: 9/14/22)
Friday, June 24: GRAMMY-nominated singer Chloe Bailey, one half of the R&B pop duo Chloe x Halle, on the release of her debut solo single and the provocative music video. And, actress Debra Messing on her latest project: how self-care can change the world. (OAD: 10/20/22)
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