A syndicated talk show starring RuPaul won’t go forward for a national launch. The show, featuring the RuPaul’s Drag Race host and executive producer interviewing celebrities and newsmakers, had a three-week trial run in the summer on seven Fox stations.
On Tuesday’s episode of RuPaul’s new talk show, RuPaul (which kicked off a three-week trial run Monday on selected Fox affiliates), Paula Abdul again talked about surviving a plane crash for which no record exists.
James Corden, Paula Abdul, Sen. Cory Booker and The Property Brothers Join RuPaul for the first week of shows in a summer test on seven Fox Television Stations.
The test of the new weekday series premieres June 10 in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Phoenix, Minneapolis and Charlotte
The weekday talk series premieres June 10 on select Fox-owned stations for a three-week run.
Dr. Steve Perry, Mel Robbins, Angie Martinez (above), Jaime Pressly, Finesse Mitchell, Tamron Hall, Kelly Clarkson and RuPaul are among those who are said to be working on first-run syndication projects.
The Emmy-winning host of RuPaul’s Drag Race is bringing his personality to the daytime space, filming a talk show pilot for Telepictures, Variety reports. The show, which is targeted for a fall 2019 launch and will be filmed in front of an audience, will feature the host bringing his unique, positive and aspirational point of view to the format, interviewing celebrities, giving beauty and glam tips, playing games and dishing on pop culture. (AP photo)