‘Queer Eye’ star Karamo has his own daytime talk show coming up
Currently, the five guys who make up the weird eye the actors are between seasons, but that doesn’t mean they’re taking it easy and relaxing. In fact, one of them is working harder than ever, as he has what could turn out to be a career-changing project, one that has the potential to turn him into a household name.
Karamo Brown is currently gearing up to launch his own daytime talk show titled, simply, Karamo, and although the program has not yet aired, things are already going well. According to DeadlineBrown’s series is “90% sold out,” meaning that when it finally airs, it will be in most of the United States.
It’s not necessarily common for newcomers to be greeted so warmly, but apparently there’s a real appetite for Brown, her welcoming abilities and her words of wisdom, as stations across America swarm. undertake to promote Karamo when it’s ready.
Daytime television is handled differently than prime time, which is controlled more by the networks. So if NBC has a new sitcom airing Tuesdays at 8 p.m., it will almost surely air on all stations owned by the conglomerate.
When it comes to programs that air during the day, stations can choose what to air, making it harder (in some ways) for talk shows to get started and survive. The fact that Karamo set to appear in 90% of markets across the United States already is a good sign for both the actor and the host.
Karamo doesn’t have a proper launch date yet, but it’s slated for September.
Based on what has already been teased Karamolooks like it will be a bit more serious than weird eyealthough knowing Brown, he will surely bring a little humor and levity to the program.
According to a Press release connected to the show, Karamo will address “infidelity, race, parenting, and complex family dynamics,” among many other important topics.
In the same statement, Brown commented that “Growing up, hosting a daytime talk show seemed unrealistic and unattainable, but it was my dream. I used to run home after school as a kid to watch genre icons Sally, Donahue and Maury.
The sixth season of weird eye premiered on December 31, 2021, and there has been no news of a seventh from Netflix yet. Brown and fellow hosts Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Bobby Berk and Jonathan Van Ness were all nominated for the Emmy for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Competition Program in 2021, though they didn’t win. the trophy.
Brown has recently been busy launching businesses, publishing a book and even preparing for her new role hosting guests. Maury. This show is set to end in mid-2022, and Brown will fill her empty slot.
Brown is the latest LGBTQ star to launch a daytime talk show. It follows in the massively successful footsteps of Ellen DeGeneres, as her eponymous program comes to an end in mid-May after 19 seasons. RuPaul also had his own midday series, but it was canceled after just one season a few years ago.