The syndicated show hosted by Trisha Goddard will not be back in the fall for a third season.
‘Trisha’ Aims To Tap Host’s Many Strengths
While the new talk show from NBCUniversal shares a studio and producer with the syndicator’s Maury, host Trisha Goddard describes her program as a conflict-resolution show that will try to help guests overcome problems or provide resources so they can do it on their own. She brings a well-traveled background as a journalist and mental health advocate to the talk show fray beginning in September.
Stations committed to carrying the NBCU talker set for fall include KCOP Los Angeles and WCIU Chicago.
The new syndicated talker set for a fall debut also names Paul Faulhaber as executive producer.
The new conflict resolution talker adds major markets to the 27 midsize ones it locked in last year as it moves toward a fall syndication debut.
NBCU’s new daytime talk show with British host Trisha Goddard is a conflict talker in the mold of NBCU’s Maury. It’s being sold on a cash-plus-barter basis (four national minutes/11 local) for fall 2012.