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'The Talk' Returns To New York City The Week of December 7

The Talk returns to New York on December 7.
The Talk is unwrapping its annual holiday trip to New York City, with all-new episodes beginning Monday, December 7 through Friday, December 11. Celebrating with a star-studded week of seasonal-themed episodes, hosts Julie Chen, Sara Gilbert, Sharon Osbourne, Aisha Tyler and Sheryl Underwood will shoot on location at the CBS Broadcast Center.

Celebrity guests scheduled to visit The Talk include Downton Abbey stars Hugh Bonneville and Elizabeth McGovern, Emmy Award-winning Wayne Brady (Let's Make a Deal), multi-platinum recording artist Josh Groban, Jake McDorman (Limitless); Jeffrey Dean Morgan (The Good Wife); rock legend Patty Smyth, lifestyle maven Martha Stewart, and multiple Grammy Award winner Trisha Yearwood. The annual “Top Chen List” is also back, featuring the ultimate countdown of the year’s most eagerly anticipated presents.

This year, The Talk will have its most festive celebration ever when it launches the “Giveaway-A-Day” celebration on Monday, November 30. Each day through Friday, Dec. 18, the studio audience will be treated to more than 1.7 million dollars in the hottest gifts, gadgets and gear to make this an unforgettable holiday season.

The party continues online, where fans will be given an insider's look at THE TALK on location in New York City via Facebook live streaming, behind the scenes photos and videos on the show’s social platforms. And at-home viewers will also be able to enter on Twitter @TheTalkCBS to win all of the gifts from the “Top Chen List” and on TheTalk.com to enter the “Giveaway-A-Day.”

For audience and ticketing information while The Talk is in New York, viewers can visit TheTalk.com. A full guest list for the week of December 7 will be released closer to air.

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