Producers are hoping Tamar, Tamera and fellow co-hosts Loni Love, Adrienne Bailon and Jeannie Mai will appeal to a younger and more ethnically diverse group of women.
Below is a short clip and a few quotes from each host on what they hope to accomplish with their new hip chat fest.
“There are so many Asian stereotypes that nobody has stepped forward to break…I have an amazing driving record, I haven’t had a ticket in the last five years, I can’t play the violin to save my life nor the keyboard, I suck at math and I’m proud…So how do you like them wontons?
“The greatest thing about America is its diversity and this show reflects that diversity. No matter who you are, there is someone at this table that will be speaking for you.”
“We are Latino Americans, we are mainstream, we speak English, and we want to be able to watch English language television that still represents us.”
“A lot of people think, because they see me on ‘Braxton Family Values’ as the youngest of five sisters, that I’m this brat and I’m just spoiled, but on this show I get to be a woman.”
“What people are going to find out about me from this show is that I used to be an engineer, I was raised in the Brewster projects, I became an entertainer, and I am still discovering myself.”