Drew Barrymore is the latest talk-show host set to welcome back a live studio audience. The Scream star’s daytime talker The Drew Barrymore Show expects to return for its second season with a completely vaccinated crowd.
The show will begin production with a full-limit crowd at CBS Broadcast Center in New York on August 26. The arrangement is to bring back audiences on a Covid-compliant set, however as we probably are aware with all creations right now this is liable to change contingent upon the situation in regards to the pandemic one month from now.
Barrymore joins most of the late-night hosts, including Stephen Colbert, Jimmy Kimmel and Jimmy Fallon, who have as of late brought back audiences.
It comes after Barrymore’s show launched during the pandemic in September 2020 with a virtual group radiated in through the Audience from Anywhere platform and projected on to a big screen behind her.
The show was recharged briefly season by producer and distributor CBS Media Ventures in May. The Drew Barrymore Show gets back to air September 13.
The primary season featured guests including Barrymore co-stars like Cameron Diaz, Lucy Liu, Jessica Alba and Adam Sandler just as Saturday Night Live’s Chloe Fineman and David Letterman, who Barrymore broadly streaked on The Late Show.
The one-hour nationally syndicated daytime show is created and appropriated by CBS Media Ventures. In the show, Barrymore “elevates, inspires and entertains in every area and in every segment from human interest stories to happy news to lifestyle segments and celebrity guests.”
Moored by the CBS Television Stations in significant markets, The Drew Barrymore Show showed strong evaluations gains all through its first season, developing 19% in homes and 13% among the key women 25-54 demo from November 2020 to February 2021 across the metered markets. The show has likewise seen double-digit growth on stations in the main five markets.
Barrymore, Jason Kurtz and Chris Miller are executive producers.‘The Drew Barrymore Show’ plans to return for second season with fully vaccinated live audience