The Tamron Hall show is returning to the airwaves with all new segments broadcast from her home.
Host Tamron Hall made the announcement Sunday, saying the show will be back on Monday, March 30.
“We’re back. The Tamron Hall show is returning tomorrow with our special version of our show,” Hall said in a video posted on Instagram.
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She added that the new segments will focus on the coronavirus pandemic. Encore segments from previous episodes will also be included. Hall showed her producers on screen in the video, and said they are staying safe by working from home.
“Yes, we are socially distant, but our hearts are never far from you. So that’s why we’re back,” she explained.
The series went on hiatus on March 16, because of the COVID-19 crisis. Other talk shows, including The Wendy Williams Show, have also halted production amid the global outbreak.
Tamron Hall launched last fall, and was renewed for a second season in December 2019. Hall executive produces the series along with Candi Carter. Former executive producer Bill Geddie and showrunner Talia Parkinson-Jones recently departed.