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‘The Talk’ Renewed For Season 13

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On Monday’s episode of The Talk, it appeared that some of the co-hosts were surprised by an announcement from their colleague, Natalie Morales.

During the show, Morales shared: “The producers are just telling me there is some breaking news. This is just coming in right now, The Talk has been renewed for Season 13!”

And with that, the talk show which has been shrouded in controversy over recent years and has had so many co-host changes is living on to see another day.

The same host crew will be back for season 13 including: Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, Jerry O’Connell, Natalie Morales and Sheryl Underwood.

As for the talk show’s longest running co-host, Sheryl Underwood, she recently signed a multi-year deal to remain with the series.

Watch the announcement from today’s episode of The Talk below.

Now let us know, are you glad to hear The Talk will have a season 13? Yes, or no? Share your thoughts via the comment section.

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Soaphound
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Wow! Sheryl and her Enablers return for a lucky 13. I wish I knew how people can stomach this drivel. It’s like a bunch of pre-adolescents getting together for a really lame slumber party. Let’s hope the #MeToo movement will keep an eye on Ms. Underwood and her offensive antics that she disguises as fandom. Or is it Fan-Dumb?

Twope
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Twope

Sharon deserved what she got. Next!

Satan
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Satan

She deserves far worse than that, after what she’s done to several of Ozzy’s former band members. Or what she did to Iron Maiden on the Ozzfest tour in 2004.

Ozzy & I go way back….. I never understood what he saw in Sharon.

johnny
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johnny

That is terrific news, The Talk ratings are up. Love all the hosts, they have good chemistry together. Now the haters can sulk and go away. Love Y&R and Days.

GeorgeWilks
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GeorgeWilks

I can’t believe anyone would watch such a stupid , vacuous , pathetic show . Every host on that show is terrible . Get rid of it and add a 1/2 hour to the Bold and Beautiful.

Violet Lemm
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GeorgeWilks
Sure, especially since I just read how high the ratings have gone up , thanks to K.B and her handy dandy gun.

Gary
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Gary

Thank you CBS for renewing The Talk. Love Sheryl Underwood she is funny and she loves Y&R like me. Natalie Morales is a wonderful addition to The Talk. Love her.

Richard
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Richard

Soap hound I agree with you. The talk is a waste and cannot believe people waste there time with it

JenW
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JenW

I agree with Soap hound too. Absolute drivel – I can’t believe it’s lasted this long; and I can’t believe the obnoxious Underwood has lasted as well.

Monty
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Monty

They’re all nice people, but the show is about NOTHING. Seems to exist mainly as a CBS promotional tool. Changing to a mixed sex cast did not help. The show lost its point of view. The Talk is now 5 coworkers having lunch while discussing news headlines.

Iakovos
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Iakovos

Never thought it would last. Not sure why it has. Seems less relevant now. I do like some of the hosts but .. Forever missing As the World Turns.

clb
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clb

The cast and everyone SHOULD be surprised as The Talk ranks last in all categories with viewership up to 1.6M as of March 2022. CBS executives are asleep at the controls! Either make B&B a full hour and add 1/2 hour of a revamped Guiding Light or ATWT or bring us a new soap! What an endless drivel of talking about snobby celebrities and their political views. Hopefully 13 years will be enough for all.

Steve
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Steve

The only economically feasible option you listed is making B&B a full hour. However, because of the international distribution, that’s unlikely.

While The Talk may be junk tv, it pulls in an audience close to what DAYS gets at a significantly less budget.

P&G, owners of ATWT and GL got out of daytime and has not look back.

The best hope for future soaps lies in streaming platforms, not network tv.

Damien
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Damien

Can’t believe we lost ATWT and guiding light to this pile of manure.

Su000
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Su000

Goodgrief–I am not a watcher of daytime tv- I’not home during the day. I watch my soaps via net &vpn Canada nightly. Anyways– I had time while stuck at home for a while and I gotta say; I never heard/seen anything as worthless as those yelping women saying nothing much about anything of importance but yet the pecking seems to intrigue some people, and that I’ll never understand.. Bottom line; totally annoying jibcrap. ahaa I do admit I actually watched, twice, to see how bad it could get. I can’t figure out one reason why anybody would watch and bring… Read more »

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