Tamron Hall On Talk Show Getting Renewed For Season 2: I Didn’t Celebrate…We’re Not In The End Zone Yet

Tamron Hall

Tamron Hall On Talk Show Getting Renewed For Season 2: I Didn’t Celebrate…We’re Not In The End Zone Yet

Tamron Hall’s daytime talk show has already proven to be a success as it was picked up for a second season. But she’s not taking a sigh of relief just yet.

During an interview with The Hollywood Reporter In Studio, she revealed her reaction after finding out the show would continue this fall.

“We’re not in the end zone yet. I grew up in a military family, so we’re very keep-your-head-down, and I didn’t celebrate.It was more of, OK, let’s get it, let’s do better, let’s do more. And that was really it. I got the call and I thought, ‘OK, keep my head down, work harder, work smarter.’ All of those things went through my head.”

She said a potential celebration was replaced with strategy for how the show can improve even more in the new season.

“We want to get bigger and better and grow every day. Listen, if I think enough to change my hair, then of course I’m going to change the show,” Hall said with a laugh. “It’s evolving and it’s becoming its own voice in daytime.”

She continued,

“It was important for me to make sure that the show reflected what I felt and feel I can bring to the table because I didn’t want to come back with a show that didn’t make you proud. I wanted a show that would make my mom proud. Everybody who rooted for me, I wanted you to turn on the show and [make you proud].”

Still, Tamron Hall can’t deny how far she’s coming after her shocking exit with “TODAY” in 2017.

 “I’m looking at the landscape and I’m thinking it’s not forgiving as it relates to age, it’s not as inclusive as it should be. We’ve all experienced believing that it’s our dream job or the dream relationship or the dream scenario that we figure, OK, this will work — and it doesn’t. You’ve got to keep going.”

“I look in the mirror sometimes and see the seven-year-old who felt rejection, who felt insecure, who felt isolated. And, at 48, I realized that with all of those things against her, I’m still willing to bet on her. The only way you can be good at this is to finally accept that you are you. And I don’t aspire to be anyone other than Tamron Hall from Luling, Texas, who maybe wasn’t the kid that people bet on, but she found a way to bet on herself.”

It’s been a great year for Tamron Hall as she welcomed her first child in April, just before her show debuted in September.

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Authored by: Char Patterson