25 August 2015
As daytime talk shows abandon old-guard anchors for a new kind of host, discussions seem to have been replaced by a whole lot of bickering. Ben Rylan tunes in.
For much of the 1980s and 1990s, daytime television was dominated by a handful of personalities who often needed just one name. Donahue, Ricki, Sally, Jerry and, of course, Oprah.