Vivica A Fox Syndicated Talk Show Sold Into Syndication

“Face the Truth” hails from Jay McGraw’s Stage 29 Productions

Last Updated: March 28, 2018 @ 11:38 AM

CBS Television Distribution has sold Vivica A. Fox talk show “Face the Truth” into syndication for a Fall 2018 launch.

The series will debut on CBS stations in 10 markets, including New York and Los Angeles. The one-hour show will also air on Cox Television, Meredith Corp., Graham Media Group, Hearst Television and Weigel Broadcasting stations.

“Face the Truth” hails from Jay McGraw’s Stage 29 Productions, which also produces “The Doctors” and CBS primetime series “Bull.” McGraw is the son of Dr. Phil McGraw, whom “Bull” is based on.

“Face the Truth” will offer “a unique take on talk by providing meaningful conflict with constructive resolution,” per CBS Television Distribution (CTD). Each episode features real people presenting their problems to a panel of hosts.

Fox’s panel will include “Bar Rescue” host Jon Taffer, attorney Areva Martin, psychologist Dr. Judy Ho, and actress/life coach Rosie Mercado. The panel will offer their take on issues ranging from dating and relationships to bad habits to parenting.

The studio audience will also be allowed to vote on which party they think is right and which is wrong — you know, just in case Taffer loses his cool.

“Face the Truth” is a fresh addition to the television landscape,” said Jay McGraw. “We have an incredibly talented cast with strong opinions who deliver a show that is entertaining, informative and highly watchable.”

“We’re excited to bring ‘Face the Truth’ to our client stations across the country this fall,” added Paul Franklin, president of CBS Television Distribution. “It’s a great fit for their daytime lineups, and Jay and his team have a stellar track record of producing successful shows.”

In addition to Jay and Phil McGraw, Carla Pennington and Patricia Ciano are also executive producers.

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