Actress Vivica Fox just announced plans to release an autobiography titled Everyday, I’m Hustling and her latest venture proves that exact point. According to Page Six, CBS Television Distribution has set a fall launch for a syndicated talk show hosted by the 53-year-old called “Face The Truth”.
The show will serve as a space for conflict-resolution in which guests will reveal their problem to a panel of experts in a variety of subjects who will then give them constructive feedback before an audience votes who is at fault in the situation at hand.
Jay McGraw (son of Phil McGraw of “Dr. Phil” fame) is behind the show. McGraw’s Stage 29 Production company is also home to “The Doctors”, “Dr. Phil” and “DailyMail TV.”
McGraw shared “Face The Truth” is bringing something to TV that viewers have never witnessed before:
“Face the Truth’ is a fresh addition to the television landscape.”
“We have an incredibly talented cast with strong opinions who deliver a show that is entertaining, informative and highly watchable.”
Panelists set to appear on the show include “Bar Rescue” host Jon Taffer, attorney and advocate Areva Martin, psychologist Dr. Judy Ho and actress/life coach Rosie Mercado.
Paul Franklin, CBS’ TV Distribution president also expressed his belief that the show is something special:
“We’re excited to bring Face the Truth to our client stations across the country this fall.”
“It’s a great fit for their daytime lineups, and Jay and his team have a stellar track record of producing successful shows.”
And of course, Fox herself was happy to share the news with her Twitter followers:
Ms. Fox loves herself some hashtags, huh? I’m not sure if “a panel of judges” deciding someone’s fate is exactly ground-breaking TV, but hopefully Ms. Fox can bring some her bomb personality to distinguish this show from the others.