Congratulations to Trina Braxton officially joining the cast of “Sister Circle”. The show is hosted by The daily show is produced from the Atlanta station WATL. It’s other hosts include Rashan Ali, Syleena Johnson and Quad Webb-Lunceford.
“Sister Circle” is a live, one-hour daily talk show that is inspiring, informative, empowering and always entertaining. The show is hosted by four dynamic women that don’t shy away from sharing their opinions, views and feelings. “Sister Circle” tackles a wide range of topics including matters of the heart, raising a family, race relations, cooking, managing money and the latest beauty and fashion trends. The hosts are often joined by celebrity guests to have honest, emotional and frank discussions that engage audiences across platforms.
“Sister Circle” airs daily in 12 TEGNA markets and nationally on cable’s TV One from noon-1:00 p.m. ET. Produced by TEGNA out of its Atlanta station WATL, “Sister Circle” reaches 60 percent of U.S. television households.
“As our hosts always say, ‘the show was created for African American women, but it’s a show that not only speaks to women of color, but we welcome all women into our circle – The Sister Circle.’ ” said Lisa Kridos, vice president of original programming and development, TEGNA. “We are thrilled that Trina Braxton is joining the ‘Sister Circle’ family. From her musical roots as part of the legendary Braxton sisters and continuing to star with her famous family on ‘Braxton Family Values,’ Trina brings a unique perspective to ‘Sister Circle’ with her honest and candid perspective on relationships, motherhood, and managing it all.”
In the past year, “Sister Circle” has amassed more than 125,000 followers on Instagram and has been featured on some of the hottest social and digital media sites, including Bossip, Shaderoom and The Source/Her Source. Celebrity guests have included Ice Cube, Gabrielle Union, Will Packer and Bobby Brown.
To learn more about “Sister Circle” and to join the conversation, follow @SisterCircleTV across social media.