A new daytime talk show is being developed for Tamron Hall, who left NBC’s Today show after the network signed a deal with former Fox News host Megyn Kelly.

Hall will co-create the talk show with Weinstein Television and serve as host and executive producer, Variety reported. The untitled talk show is expected to focus on current events, human-interest stories, celebrity interviews and “will fill the current void in daytime for viewers looking for a blend of heart, humor and information.”

Hall left Today on Jan. 30 after NBC News unveiled plans to replace the 9 a.m. hour of Today with a new morning program led by Kelly. That show will debut in the fall.

NBC News had hoped Hall would continue to appear on Today between 7 and 9 a.m. and host MSNBC Live with Tamron Hall,” according to Deadline.

Hall  joined MSNBC in 2007. Seven years later, she was chosen to co-anchor Today’s Take,” the third hour of the long-running NBC morning news magazine.



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