Kelly Clarkson producing original episodes of talk show remotely

The Kelly Clarkson Show will air original episodes weekly throughout spring

The Kelly Clarkson Show continues to keep the syndicated daytime talk train running with new original weekly episodes, all new “Messages from Montana” from host Kelly Clarkson, glimpses of life on her ranch, never-before seen in studio content plus new digital original exclusives. The new content will be included in episodes taped before the show paused production on March 13th for the safety and health of the production team due to growing concerns around the coronavirus.

Clarkson will continue to deliver “Messages from Montana” monologues from the Big Sky State, where she is currently sheltering. Audiences will get inside peeks at Clarkson’s life on the ranch. Staying true to our show staples, Clarkson will highlight a different Good Neighbor each day to show what everyday citizens are doing to embrace their roles as helpers during the pandemic. The show will produce one remote episode per week from Montana. Clarkson will conduct virtual interviews with celebrities and people in our communities doing their part during this challenging time. Audiences can also look forward to more “Bathroom Kellyoke” editions:

As an extension of season 1, The Kelly Clarkson Show will return this June with a new installment titled The Kelly Clarkson Show: Summer Studio Sessions, which will begin production in early summer from a recording studio in Los Angeles. The Kelly Clarkson Show Summer Studio Sessions will deliver an intimate experience that will air weekdays over the summer. These episodes will include all new Kellyoke, celebrity interviews and signature show segments that highlight what connects us, such as Good Neighbor, #OBSESSED, Rad Humans and #WhatI’mLiking.

The Kelly Clarkson Show is the uplifting daytime destination for humor, heart and connection featuring singer/songwriter and America’s original idol, Kelly Clarkson. The Kelly Clarkson Show features the biggest names in film, television and music; as well as emerging new talent and community heroes. Her “weekday hang” includes live performances, games and Clarkson’s unfiltered perspective on life, family, kids, relationships, marriage and things that make her laugh her along the way.

The show has been picked up for a second season to debut in the fall.

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