NBCUniversal has named Alex Duda as executive producer for its upcoming syndicated daytime series with Kelly Clarkson.
Duda, who has an overall deal with NBCU, previously served as executive producer of “Steve Harvey” as well as “The Tyra Banks Show.” Duda has won five Emmy Awards for her work on the previously mentioned shows and “Talk Soup.”
“Alex was instrumental in developing ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’ with us and brings so much talent, daytime TV experience, creativity and heart to this project,” Wilson said. “Alex’s wide range of producing expertise, combined with her talent of inspiring storytelling, is a perfect complement to Kelly Clarkson’s strengths as a talk show host.”
The show will debut in fall 2019. It was previously announced that the “The Kelly Clarkson Show” has been sold to the NBC Owned Television Station group.
The show will air as the lead-in to “Ellen” on the following NBC-owned television stations: WNBC New York, KNBC Los Angeles, WMAQ Chicago, WCAU Philadelphia, KXAS Dallas-Fort Worth, KNTV San Francisco, WRC Washington DC, WTVJ Miami, KNSD San Diego and WVIT Hartford. The new show will also air in Boston on NBC-owned station WBTS.
“The Kelly Clarkson Show” is produced and distributed by NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution. Kelly Clarkson and Brandon Blackstock are executive producers.
The station group is part of NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations’ division of NBCUniversal.