Bethenny Frankel getting her own talk show? Yes

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Bethenny Frankel, the former member of ‘The Real Housewives of New York’ who has starred in two other reality series about her life, is getting her own syndicated talk show this summer.

The daily one-hour ‘Bethenny’ will begin this summer and air in a six-week preview on select Fox stations, including KTTV in Los Angeles. The show, which lists Ellen DeGeneres as an executive producer, will feature Frankel’s ‘no-nonsense perspective on everything from pop culture and current events to relationships, beauty, fitness and lifestyle segments.’


Frankel first gained attention as the first runner-up of NBC’s ‘The Apprentice: Martha Stewart.’ After three seasons on ‘The Real Housewives of New York,’ she starred in spin-offs ‘Bethenny Getting Married?’ and ‘Bethenny Ever After.’ A third season of ‘Bethenny Ever After’ will premiere on Bravo next month.


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