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‘Karamo’ Talk Show Renewed For Season 3 In National Syndication

NBCUniversal Syndication Studios has renewed the daily first-run talk show Karamo for its third season in national syndication.

Karamo is hosted by Queer Eye star, author, actor, producer and activist Karamo.

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“With his direct, no-nonsense approach, Karamo has established himself as one of daytime television’s most authentic and innovative hosts,” said Tracie Wilson, EVP at NBCUniversal Syndication Studios. “In each episode, Karamo tackles a wide range of topics, often intense and dramatic subject matters, while boldly representing all sides of the story with a goal of getting to the emotional core of the conflict. We look forward to another season of compelling shows from Karamo and his very talented team.”   

The conflict-based talk show utilizes Karamo’s unique personal journey to foster human connection, addressing topics including infidelity, DNA mystery, parenting and complex family dynamics. The show also features a popular segment called “Unlock the Phone” where guests have the opportunity for Karamo’s investigative team to uncover their partners’ cell phone history for full transparency.

“I’m beyond excited to come back and keep helping my audience grow emotionally and mentally,” Karamo said. “In season three, things are going to continue to be exciting, entertaining and, most importantly, elevated. I can’t wait!”

For the 2023-24 season, Karamo has seen substantial growth in households (+26%) and total viewers (+20%) vs. the prior year. The show recently delivered its most watched week in show history (Feb. 12-16), averaging 708,000 viewers.

“For the last two seasons, Karamo has listened, empowered and motivated our guests to confront difficult parts of their lives and take the first step toward a resolution,” said executive producer Kerry Shannon. “Whether it’s a decades-long DNA mystery, a couple struggling with accusations of infidelity or a family in crisis, Karamo can connect with his guests on a deep and personal level. I’m so grateful to Karamo, our amazing staff and crew, and our loyal audience that we can continue this journey in season three.”

From Stamford, Conn., Karamo is executive produced by Kerry Shannon and co-executive produced by Gloria Harrison-Hall. The show is distributed by NBCUniversal Syndication Studios and produced by Stamford Studios Production.

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