Sherri Shepherd has released the debut trailer for her new daytime talk show which is replacing The Wendy Williams show.
Presented as a "comedic take on entertainment and pop culture," Shepherd premiered the trailer for the show in a promo video that first dropped via Page Six.
“This is my time,” Shepherd said of the opportunity to have her own talk show. “It is my lifelong dream to have my own show, and it is finally happening,” she added.
The production company behind The Wendy Williams Show, Debmar-Mercury, is producing the new show.
The show will feature Shepherd giving her comedic take on all things pop culture and entertainment, utilizing her unique talents. The show will also feature celebrity interviews, in-depth talks, and stories with regular people.
Jawn Murray will serve as executive producer with David Perler. The show will retain around 80 percent of the production crew from 'The Wendy Williams Show.'
Shepherd is excited to get to work, saying of her upcoming show, “I can’t wait until I return to New York to host the show and merge everything I love… pop culture, talk, entertainment, and comedy.”