Steve Harvey is having the best year ever. He has a nationally syndicated radio morning show, he is the the first African-American host of the game show “Family Feud”, he is the resident host of BET’s “Celebration of Gospel”, and if all of that isn’t enough, he is still afforded to do what he loves: Comedy. Now  Harvey is getting ready to chart new territory as a daytime talk show host on NBC this fall. Keep reading for details on Steve’s new venture

According to the New York Post:

The comedian Steve Harvey has a nationally syndicated morning radio show. He’s the host of “Family Feud.” A movie based on his bestselling dating advice book is due out in March. He still does about 25 dates of stand-up a year.

And yet all this, he said, is “the calm before the storm.”

Next fall, NBC plans to begin airing his new daytime talk show, which Harvey envisions with an emphasis on “everyday people” rather than celebrities, variety-show elements such as singing contests and an overall feel he described as “ ‘Oprah’ with a sense of humor.”

“I think it’s going to get absolutely crazy,” he predicted.


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