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Fox’s ‘The Real’ Get’s Renewed for Two More Seasons

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On Wednesday, The Real, a syndicated talker from Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution and Telepictures was renewed for a fifth and sixth season. The Real is hands down one of the most diverse talks shows on television right now.

The Real, airs on all Fox-owned and operated stations and covers topics ranging from current events to beauty, fashion, relationships and personal conversations in between the hosts and their lives. The panel includes Adrienne Houghton, Tamara Mowry, Loni Love, and Jeannie Mai. The hosts bring positive and unique perspectives from women of color and are a great representation of the culture.

The talk show went live for the first time during its fourth season. The live show set up gave viewers an opportunity to interact with the hosts in real time which in return grew its social media footprint.

The show has been nominated for both an Emmy and NAACP Image Award, syndicated in 17 markets and reaching over 37 percent of television homes. The Real also encores nightly on BET.

“Since 2010-11 season, 23 talk shows have launched and The Real and Steve Harvey are the only two series to last four or more seasons,” Warner Bros. Domestic TV Distribution president Ken Werner said in a statement. “While there are other panel talk series on the air, what truly makes The Real stand out from the pack is that it is comprised of four very strong, very authentic and very engaging hosts whose chemistry is unrivaled. Fox has been with us since the start, and we are thrilled that together we have built a strong franchise that will continue to entertain, inform and inspire viewers for years and years to come.”

Check your local listings and get in on the fun with the cast of The Real which airs on Fox Television Stations and is nationally syndicated.


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