We’ve been waiting anxiously for “The Drew Barrymore Show” to premiere since last year. The talk show was delayed for over a year because of you know what! Finally, the show was launched on 14 September 2020. Keep reading to find out all the details!
“The Drew Barrymore Show” successfully premiered with the star taking center stage in her studio and interacting with a virtual audience.
Celebrities participated remotely due to the current television climate to keep with social distancing protocols.
I love Drew for being such an honest person! She admitted on camera that she was nervous about this new adventure in her career.
The actress really shows her vulnerability and shared moments behind the scenes, where you can see her in tears saying she is full of flaws. It was so emotional and she is so brave!
Drew is excited about this new opportunity for innovation. There are no rules right now, so she is taking advantage to think outside the box.
She called her audience “virtual friends” and she is building a community with them. The star encouraged them to be loud and to interact as if they were live with her.
Drew’s first show reunited her with Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu, her beloved Charlie’s Angels co-stars. Lucy was in the studio, but socially distanced from her and Cameron appeared as a hologram.
The show is packed with celebrity interviews, with amazing guests such as Reese Witherspoon, Adam Sandler, Jane Fonda and Charlize Theron.
She also included segments like “Drew’s News,” in which she told viewers the latest headlines from the newspapers. She was hilariously funny and an expert in news and pop-culture!