October 18, 2010 by Post Team
Sara Gilbert, best known for her role as Darlene Conner on the 1988-1997 ABC sitcom “Roseanne”, developed the program and serve as one of its executive producers and hosts.
Gilbert said he first thought of the show shortly after the birth of their son Levi Hank in 2004.
“I felt overwhelmed,” said Gilbert to tour this Television Critics Association summer press. “I was giving my child enough attention? I started going to the group mom and I thought ‘Wow, people need this kind of support. “” It was like a light bulb went off and I thought ‘What if there was a program where a group of women sat together and talked about the world through that point of view? “‘
Gilbert joined on the panel by actresses Holly Robinson Peete, Leah Remini and Marissa Jaret Winokur, “The Early Show” anchor and “Big Brother” host Julie Chen, director of entertainment and turned television personality Sharon Osbourne.
Winokur also deliver reports from the field.
“The Talk” will air from 1-2 pm also included are interviews with artists and journalists and filmed at home by co-hosts. Model Christie Brinkley is the guest on the program today.
“The Talk” replaces the soap opera “As the World Turns,” which ended its 54-year runs on September 17. “During the day is an evolution of the times with more variety now among the soap operas, game shows and talk,” CBS Entertainment vice president, during the day, Barbara Bloom, said. “We were looking for a new format to talk to the main hearing, but also has the current value and entertainment to go even wider.”
Chen said that “the talk” “is a show that is just for moms.”
“When you tune into it, you feel like you’re watching six women from completely different walks of life, which are meeting and talking about what everyone is talking about,” said Chen.
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