The Talk

The "Stand by Me" actor will be the daytime talk show's first full-time male co-host.
"A gentle nudge in the right direction is so much better than a public execution,” the TV personality said in a recent interview.
The co-host's announcement continues a tumultuous season for the daytime chat show.
CBS said that Osbourne's behavior toward her co-hosts during the March 10 episode "did not align with our values for a respectful workplace.”
"We will miss her humor, kindness and good nature," CBS said.
Toasts and hugs all around for a familiar face who succeeds Julie Chen on the CBS chat show.
Osbourne said her former "The Talk" colleague Julie Chen, who's married to Moonves, will "probably hear this and hate me, but I have to tell the truth."
The co-host will address her departure in a video message on Tuesday's episode.
Co-host Julie Chen, who is Moonves' wife, did not appear on Monday's show.
SM: Having a talk about money is important, whether you are close to your family or not. Even if it feels awkward or emotional
"I couldn’t think, I couldn’t talk, I could do nothing. My brain just shut down on me.”
I want to suggest: White parents and grandparents need to have a talk about racialized policing with their children and grandchildren. Tell them that black people, including black children -- their classmates, teammates, and playmates -- can be stopped by the police, hurt by the police, and even killed by the police just because they are black.
I am sorry I must write this letter to you, but it is the duty of every Black father to share the stories of this battle with his son. You are the solution to this nation's problems and the prey of dying wolves who want yesterday to always be tomorrow.
The "Modern Family" actress addressed the rumors on Tuesday.
Like so many, I'm delighted that Aisha Tyler (actress, comedian, host (The Talk, Whose Line Is It Anyway?), author (Swerve
When Danny Pintauro sat down with Oprah Winfrey in September and disclosed his HIV status to the world, he sparked a conversation about stigma, HIV prevention and drug use to a massive TV audience. I recently got the chance to catch up with this brand new HIV activist.
“There’s no need for me to do something that causes more damage to us."