January 22, 2019, ABC Entertainment named Bill Geddie as executive producer for the show.
With more than 85% US coverage that includes 47 of the top 50 markets, the Tamron Hall show debuted on September 9, 2019.
Now, Hall has been open about battling criticism she has faced overworking after having a baby, telling Parents now that she believes the condemnation “usually comes from women who’ve been shamed themselves, so they pass it on.”
“It’s toxic. If you own your own space, then you don’t have to worry about mine,” she says.
Despite facing negative online comments over balancing a career with being a parent, Hall doesn’t “feel bad about saying goodbye to Moses” in the morning, as “it’s the reality of being a working mom.”
“I also love my job,” she points out, noting, “I mean, if I hit the Powerball, would they hear from me again? Probably not. But I try not to focus on the leaving part too much. I just give Moses a kiss and go.”