Drew Barrymore teases digital series ahead of daytime talk show

July 29 (UPI) -- Drew Barrymore teased overnight her new digital series ahead of her daytime talk show premiere on Sept. 14.

Barrymore made the announcement on Instagram that the is live ahead of her new one-hour nationally syndicated daytime show.


"It begins now," she said. "I'm really honored if you come on this journey, so here we go," she said in a video attached to the Instagram post.

A special video message on the website also teases the digital lineup ahead of The Drew Barrymore Show, which kicks off Thursday with Drews Movie Nite and a live Twitter watch party of the 1997 comedy film Good Burger.

Actors Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell will "dish on making the classic hit, as well as rock star Chef Alvin Cailan, who shares how to make your very own good burger right at home," a statement said.

Other shows ahead of the daytime show, will include the Art of the Interview, where she will speak to hosts that she admires, such as Gayle King, Andy Cohen, Jimmy Fallon, Whoopi Goldberg and Sean Evans, and episodes of Drew's Cookbook Club, since she said that she is a foodie who loves cookbooks.


"All of the things that we sort of love in life I really want to live on this website," she said in the Instagram post.

The digital lineup will also include the The Making Of The Drew Barrymore Show, which will be about how she put together the daytime talk show that she's been working on for over a year.

"Where were we, what kind of show were we making in 2019 or thought we were making?" Barrymore asked in her Instagram video. "Here comes 2020, the most unprecedented year. How do we meet this moment and make obstacles into opportunities and really put out a show that I feel is respectful, and has takeaways and has an intelligent optimism?"

CBS Television Distribution produces The Drew Barrymore Show, which is filmed in New York City. Executive producers include Barrymore, Chris Miller, Ember Truesdell and Jason Kurtz.

Moments from Drew Barrymore's career

Drew Barrymore (L), 4, hugs her mother, Ildiko Jaid, as they share a playful moment together at their home in West Hollywood in December of 1978. Her father is John Drew Barrymore, son of the “Great Profile” John Barrymore. In 1984, the young actress would star as Gertie in her break out role in "E.T." Photo by Rich Lipski/UPI | License Photo

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