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Thursday, July 27, 2017

Series Review: Daytime Divas

There’s nothing better than watching a discussion on talk shows, watching the hosts give a variety of opinions and most importantly we wait for the dramatic moments when the hosts’ debates turn wild! For instance who can’t remember the famous war of words between Rosie O’Donnell and Elizabeth Hasselbeck on The View? If such a fight goes on on-screen, imagine what happens behind the scenes! Well, we don’t have to imagine any more. Thanks to Starr Jones, former host at The View, we can get a show that reveals all the cattiness that goes on off-screen. Daytime Divas is loosely based on an all-female panel show like The View and The Talk.

The Lunch Hour is a show developed by long time journalist Maxine Robinson. On her panel is a Kibby, a former child star; Nina, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist; Heather, a conservative; and Mo, an eccentric comedian after Maxine’s job. The show is also produced by Maxine’s son Shawn. On screen, the women are friends who have real conversations trying to empower other women, but what happens behind the scenes is a whole other story. The drama between the women as they struggle to exist (or replace) each other is extremely hilarious. The show show is funny, satirical and sensational to watch.


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