‘Tamron Hall Show’ Cancels Episode After On-Set Kitchen Fire, Staff & Audience Forced To Evacuate Studio 

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‘Tamron Hall Show’ Cancels Episode After On-Set Kitchen Fire, Staff & Audience Forced To Evacuate Studio

Things got a little hot on the set of the “Tamron Hall Show.”

If you’re hoping to catch a new episode of the “Tamron Hall Show” today (Apr. 10) be prepared to see a previously aired show. Unfortunately, Tamron Hall and her crew and staff were forced to evacuate their Upper West Side ABC studio due to a grease fire in an on-set kitchen. The well-known journalist addressed the scary incident in a video shared across the socials for her talk series. In part, she said,

“I know this looks a little different around here. I am in fact live in front of a black screen because we have had something happen that’s never happened in the five seasons of the the show. We are not able to air the show scheduled for today.”

She continued, letting her fans know that everyone, including the audience members in attendance, was safe and able to exit the premises without injuries. Following today’s rerun of Monday’s show, Tamron Hall said things will return to the normally scheduled lineup for the week of fashion- and hairstyle-related segments. Reportedly, the canceled episode was the first time in five seasons that Tamron Hall had to abruptly scrap an episode.

First responders outside of the studio

In a statement, ABC said,

“This morning there was a small grease fire in the kitchen of the ‘Tamron Hall’ set in New York City during preparations for a segment for the 10am ET live broadcast. Everyone, including staff, crew, guests and audience members, were safely evacuated from the area and no one was harmed. The show was able to return safely to the studio in time for Tamron to address the situation during a segment that aired live at the top of today’s show.”

The ladies of “The View” also spoke on the fire incident as their studio space is right next door. They kicked off their Wednesday episode by walking on set with the song “We Didn’t Start The Fire” playing over the speakers.

Whoopi Goldberg jokingly said once they were all seated,

“We don’t know who started it. We don’t know what started it.”

She added,

“Tamron did not start the fire.”

theJasmineBrand is happy to hear that Tamron Hall, her crew, and supporters are all well! 

Authored by: Twila-Amoure McDaniel