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'The Talk' Returing to The Big Apple December 8-12

The Talk returns to New York in December.
CBS's The Talk returns to New York City for a week of holiday-themed shows, to be broadcast Monday, December 8 - Friday, December 12 (2-3 p.m. ET/1-1 p.m. PT/CT). Hosts Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Sheryl Underwood and Aisha Tyler will shoot on location in New York for the seventh time, originating from the CBS Broadcast Center.

Throughout the week celebrity guests will include music superstar and multiple GRAMMY® Award winner Carrie Underwood and the cast of Blue Bloods, including Tom Selleck, Donnie Wahlberg, Bridget Moynahan, Will Estes, Len Cariou, Amy Carlson and Sami Gayle, as well as chefs Lidia Bastianich and Michael Lomonaco. Additionally, host Julie Chen will present her annual "Top Chen List" featuring some her favorite holiday gift items. The full guest line up will be announced at a later date.

For audience and ticketing information while The Talk is in New York, viewers can visit TheTalk.com.

Meanwhile, the guests for next week's three new episodes of The Talk have been revealed.

Monday, November 24
Actress Brooke Shields discusses her new book, "There Was A Little Girl"; "Top Talker" radio personality Shelley Wade; chef Paul Bartolotta cooks.

Tuesday, November 25
Emmy and Tony Award-winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth discusses her new album, "Coming Home" and performs live; chef Susan Feniger makes a Thanksgiving meal with cracked black pepper turkey, honey lime yams and a candied pumpkin sundae.

Wednesday, November 26
Emmy Award-winning actress Jennifer Aniston discusses her new film; actor Colton Haynes (Arrow); the hosts unveil a special holiday giveaway for kids.

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