TVOne Is Now Giving Us A Long Awaited Black Talk Show

Published On August 1, 2017 | By patrice | The latest posts

TV One is now turning up the heat with their new original daytime television program, coming this September, they will be launching a new women’s talk show ‘Sister Circle,’ which is solely aimed at all African American women from work field professionals to stay-at-home moms.

TV One is also planning to carry this show as a part of their expanding morning news and lifestyle programming block.

Daytime television veteran Helen Swenson is tapped as the showrunner of this new show, which will be coming to your small screen on September 11th of this year.

‘Sister Circle’ will feature a panel of four African American women in television – Quad Webb-Lunceford (“Married To Medicine”), singer Syleena Johnson, sports reporter Rashan Ali, and standup comedian Kiana Dancie — speaking on a wide range of topics, from lifestyle, to relationships and any other issues that black women are forced to face today.

The hour-long show will also be showing off some of the biggest black celebrities, as well as speaking with expert commentators. This particular syndication will air in the East Coast at 9am from the city of Atlanta, Georgia.

‘Sister Circle’ will also show on 12 of Tegna’s 46 stations, however, the company isn’t currently looking to expand their show lineup outside of the 12 stations that the show will be on.

We are extremely excited about this new daytime series, which seems to be similar to ‘The Real,’ which has won an Emmy. So, don’t forget to tune in and support the beautiful black women that will be making their daytime break through!

Congrats girls!

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