Highlights for ‘Tamron Hall,’ Week of May 10–14
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Following are highlights for Tamron Hall for the week of May 10, 2021. Please note: Lineup is subject to change.
Monday, May 10: Embracing the power to be seen with stars of some of the favorite feel-good TV shows, including comedian Josh Thomas who discovered he was on the autism spectrum after creating and starring in “Everything’s Gonna Be Okay,” which features autistic characters. Plus, Topher Grace, Karla Souza and Sasheer Zamata from “Home Economics”; “Run the World’s” actors Bresha Webb, Andrea Bordeaux and Stephen Bishop; and “Kung Fu” stars Tzi Ma and Olivia Liang.
Tuesday, May 11: Travel to some of the most unique towns and history-making places in America, including an entire town in Oklahoma registered as a historic landmark; an Alaskan town so small that the post office, police station, school and most of the residents live under one roof; the New Mexico hot air balloon capital of the world; one town in Indiana that keeps the magic of Christmas alive year-round; and the largest contiguous urban arts district in the US.
Wednesday, May 12: An eye-opening conversation about the secret lives of teenagers—from hidden addictions to shocking alternative lifestyles. Plus, how parents can help keep them safe.
Thursday, May 13: The risky business of undercover journalism. Tamron talks to a journalist who infiltrated ISIS by creating a fake online persona to catch the attention of recruiters for the terrorist organization. Plus, actors Valene Kane and Shazad Latif who brought her risky double-life story to the big screen in the film “Profile.”
Friday, May 14: Making lives a little easier in the kitchen with simple sheet pan breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert recipes for the entire family.
Source ABC Publicity
May 10, 2021 9:00am ET by ABC Publicity