Press Release

September 28, 2022

Highlights for ‘Tamron Hall’ Season Four, Oct. 3–7

‘Tamron Hall’ Tackles Today’s Meaningful and Important Topics - So Let’s Talk About It

Following is highlights for “Tamron Hall” for the week of Oct. 3, 2022. Please note: Lineup is subject to change.

 

Monday, Oct. 3: How a Bad Thing Turned into My Best Thing: Actor and comedian, ROY WOOD JR. joins the conversation about how an arrest at 19 years old completely changed his life. He also talks about starring in the long-awaited reboot “Confess, Fletch.” Then, STEPHEN “STEVE-O” GLOVER, best known for his role on “Jackass,” opens up about how overcoming his addictions led him to an even better self and helped him find his life partner, in his new book, “A Hard Kick in the Nuts: What I’ve Learned From A Lifetime of Terrible Decisions.”

 

Tuesday, Oct. 4: Everything and More: In a special daytime exclusive episode, Tamron sits down with NIECY NASH-BETTS and her “hersband,” JESSICA BETTS. The couple shares their journey to finding each other, acceptance within their families and being the first same-sex couple to grace the cover of Essence Magazine. Plus, Jessica Betts performs the song that started their love story, “Catch Me.”  

 

Wednesday, Oct. 5: The multitalented KAL PENN joins Tamron to discuss his impressive journey from former White House staffer and actor to author, and why he chose to share details about his engagement to his fiancé, Josh, in his book, “You Can’t be Serious.” He will also chat about his latest film, “Smile.” 

 

Thursday, Oct. 6: Tamron welcomes actress and dancer JENNA DEWAN who opens about how she prepared for the role in the Lifetime movie “Let’s Get Physical,” which is inspired by actual events. Plus, WENDELL PIERCE makes history by starring in the revival of Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman,” becoming the first Black actor to take on the classic role of Willy Loman on Broadway. Then, actor and author JUSTIN BALDONI discusses his newest book, “Boy Will Be Human.”

 

Friday, Oct. 7: Stop the Shaming: Co-founder and lead guitarist of the GRAMMY®-nominated rock band “Fall Out Boy,” JOE TROHMAN, reveals details about his successful 20-year career in the music industry in his first book, “None of This Rocks.” And award-winning journalist BETH MACY discusses the drug overdose crisis in her new book, “Raising Lazarus: The Search for Hope and Justice, and the Future of America’s Overdose Crisis.”

 

Press Contacts:
FerenComm for “Tamron Hall”
TamronShow@ferencomm.com

 

Melissa Little Padgitt
melissa.padgitt.-nd@disney.com

Media Relations

Melissa Little Padgitt

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