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CBS Daytime Unveils Season Premiere Dates For Entire Lineup

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The Tiffany network announced today the season premiere dates for the entire award-winning daytime lineup for the 2019-2020 season. CBS, which has dominated the ratings as the number one rated network for a whopping 32 years, gave viewers the inside scoop on when their favorite daytime non-scripted shows will return with brand new episodes, and when the new seasons will start for the entire lineup.

Executive Vice President, CBS Daytime Programs, Angelica McDaniel said in a released statement,

For more than three decades, CBS has been the undeniable audience favorite in daytime television. From our iconic and exciting game shows, to the intriguing and compelling storytelling of our daytime dramas, our award-winning programming makes a clear connection with viewers every weekday, 52 weeks each year. And this fall, with Marie Osmond joining THE TALK, we’ll have an exciting, warm and authentic new face at the table. We look forward to having viewers join us every day on CBS for a season full of entertaining, real and unforgettable moments.

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