I’ve added screencaps of Kelly from The Kelly Clarkson Show‘s first 2 episodes. I’ve also added additional stills, behind the scenes, and loads of screencaps from all the digital extras. You can also find links to these and more in our Kelly Clarkson Show Portal. Enjoy!
I’m happy to announce I’ve launched a new section called The Kelly Clarkson Show Portal where you can find information, photos, videos, and links pertaining to each episode as early as a day after it airs. You can visit this new section, The Kelly Clarkson Show Portal, today. I hope to keep it as updated as I can. If anyone would like to contribute things to any of the episodes including quotes, graphics, etc., simply reach out to me on twitter.
It’s a hot start for the ladies in a crowded daytime syndicated talk show field. NBCUniversal’s Kelly Clarkson premiered yesterday to a 1.9 household rating across primary runs in the metered markets. That marks the highest debut rating for a first run syndicated show in seven years, since September 2012 when Katie Couric’s Katie and Steve Harvey opened with a 2.8 and 1.5 HH rating, respectively.
Kelly got a lot of attention when her first scheduled guest, Kevin Hart, had to pull out after a car accident and pal Dwayne Johnson stepped in to replace him and provide an update on his condition. The show, which also featured Steve Carell introducing the American Idol winner and The Voice coach, improved +36% over lead-in and +73% over the year ago (Sept. 2018) time period.
That time period is 2 PM, leading to The Ellen DeGeneres Show, on most NBC stations that aired Steve Harvey‘s successor, Steve, in the hour before replacing it with Kelly Clarkson.
In the target Women 25-54 demo, Kelly averaged a 0.8 rating, the best debut mark in five years with a +33% increase over lead-in and a 100% increased versus September 2018.
Meanwhile Disney’s Tamron Hall, featuring the return to daytime of the former Today co-host, posted a 1.4 household rating and a 0.5 in W25-54. it also improved its time period vs. Sept. 2018, by +8% (HH) and +23% (W25-54) on the ABC stations, which aired various syndicated shows in the hour last season.
Tamron — which follows one of the highest-rated shows in daytime, Live with Kelly and Ryan, in a number of markets, including ABC’s flagship New York station, Philadelphia, Boston, Tampa and Raleigh, and is behind GMA3: Strahan, Sara & Keke in Los Angeles — was off from its lead-in, by -22% (HH) and -10% (W25-54), with the strong retention in the female demo showing promise.
Other new syndicated strips launching this fall include court show, Judge Jerry, starring Jerry Springer, Sony Pictures TV’s talker Mel Robbins, and Fox’s game show 25 Words or Less, hosted by Meredith Vieira.
Continuing on with our 10 Days of Kelly Clarkson I’ve added photos from Kelly’s second episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show.
• The Kelly Clarkson Show Episode 2 Stills and Behind the Scenes (Guests: John Legend, Ellen Degeneres)
Continuing on with our 10 Days of Kelly Clarkson I’ve added photos from Kelly’s third episode of The Kelly Clarkson Show.
• The Kelly Clarkson Show Episode 3 Stills and Behind the Scenes (Guests: Jennifer Garner, Matt Iseman, Sandy Zimmerman, Reed Newman)
There have been a ton of videos of Kelly promoting The Kelly Clarkson Show from the past week. Instead of spamming the page and making it go slow with all the videos, I decided to make one post with all the videos. You can see them all below. Simply click CONTINUE READING to load them all.
Philly Live. Kelly Clarkson wasn’t immediately sold on hosting a daytime talk show. But after some convincing from her husband, she decided to take the plunge. The Kelly Clarkson Show premieres Monday, Sept. 9 on NBC10. The powerhouse singer-songwriter and The Voice coach sat down with NBC10’s Jacqueline London to talk about the new show and what she hopes to bring to fans every day.
USA Today. Kelly Clarkson, musician and the first American Idol, dishes on the inspiration behind her new talk show and growing up watching Oprah.
Dwayne Johnson left his honeymoon early to step in for his pal Kevin Hart, who was originally scheduled to be the first guest on “The Kelly Clarkson Show.” Catch the first episode Monday, September 9!