Don't miss an all-star lineup of guests on "The Jennifer Hudson Show," which airs weekdays at 3 p.m. on CBS 6!
Wednesday, March 15
CHRISSY METZ (Children’s book, “When I Talk To God, I Talk About You”)
NIKA KING (“65”)
Jennifer welcomes poet Harold Green III from Chicago, IL to chat and perform a poem. Last year, Harold wrote a poem for Jennifer called “Jennifer’s Song” that he featured in his book titled “Black Roses.”
Thursday, March 16
KATIE LOWES & GUILLERMO DÍAZ (Podcast, “Unpacking the Toolbox: A Scandal Rewatch”)
Interview and performance by PJ MORTON (He will perform his song “Good Morning”)
Jennifer welcomes superfan Daronayja Hamilton from Summerville, SC in-studio after surprising her via video chat earlier in the season. Daronayja is a teacher at a Title I school and a single mom of two. Despite the challenges life has thrown her way, Daronajya calls herself a “goal digger” because she always accomplishes her goals, including putting herself through college, getting her master’s degree while pregnant, buying a home for Christmas, and meeting Jennifer Hudson!
Friday, March 17
QUINTA BRUNSON (“Abbott Elementary”)
STEPHANIE MILLS (“Black Broadway: A Proud History, A Limitless Future”)
Performance by Celtic Irish Dance Academy in Los Angeles, CA.
Monday, March 20
MIKE EPPS (“The Upshaws”)
SARAH SHAHI (“Sex/Life”)
Tuesday, March 21
CHARLES BARKLEY (“Inside the NBA”)
Jennifer welcomes Life and Relationship Coach Rhea Williams from Los Angeles, CA, who has been in the field of mental health for 20 years. Her goal is to provide a safe space for “Rheal Talk” to help her clients live their best lives. Her focus is on maintaining healthy relationships, inspiring hope, and promoting emotional healing.
Wednesday, March 22
Interview and performance by COCO JONES (She will chat about Peacock’s “Bel-Air,” and perform her hit song “ICU” off her album, “What I Didn’t Tell You”)
SKAI JACKSON (Fragrance, “Bloom Up!”)
Jennifer welcomes 17-year-old superfan Te’Meiah Dorsey from Cape Girardeau, MO after meeting her via video chat. Te’meiah wrote a letter to Jennifer thanking her for being an inspiration.
Thursday, March 23
MELANIE LYNSKEY (“Yellowjackets”)
BROOKLYN PELTZ BECKHAM (Silk Nextmilk campaign)
Jennifer welcomes 13-year-old JJ Franks from Minot, ND, who recently attended the varsity game at his school and was drawn to participate in the “Halftime Shootout.” JJ impressed the crowd by successfully making a layup, free throw, three pointer and an impressive half-court shot in 25 seconds, winning himself $10,000 dollars!
Friday, March 24
TAMAR BRAXTON (“Queens Court”)
The Isley Brothers (Album, “Make Me Say It Again Girl”)
Monday, March 27
JESSE PALMER (“The Bachelor”)
TATI GABRIELLE (“You”)
Interview and performance by Grammy nominated R&B artist MAJOR. (He will perform his latest song, “Baby Will You Love Me”)
Jennifer welcomes 12-year-old Amelia Lisowe from Benton, Arkansas, who launched a non-profit, Lisowe’s Lights, when she was eight years old, donating 500 nightlights to kids in the Arkansas foster system in 2018. Since then, she has expanded to all 50 states and nine countries, raising funds to distribute 15,000 nightlights. Amelia also volunteers at her local food bank and nursing home.
Tuesday, March 28
DERMOT MULRONEY (“Scream VI”)
JESSICA WILLIAMS (“Shrinking”)
Mathematician, professor, and television personality HANNAH FRY (Bloomberg Media series, “The Future with Hannah Fry”)
Jennifer welcomes father-daughter duo Javoris and 10-year-old Graceyn Hollingsworth from Houston, TX, who created the YouTube channel Gracie’s Corner, which creates content empowering children of color. Their channel has over 1 million subscribers, and they were honored with an NAACP Image Award and a Kid’s Choice Award nomination this year.
Wednesday, March 29
REBA MCENTIRE (Reba: Live in Concert Tour)
Thursday, March 30
JULIE BOWEN (“Prom Pact”)
METHOD MAN and LARENZ TATE (“Power Book II: Ghost”)
Card magician Jason Ladanye from Albany, NY will perform a few tricks for Jennifer
Friday, March 31
ASHLEY PARK (“BEEF”)
JABARI BANKS (“Bel-Air”)
Jennifer welcomes sisters Angelicka Crawford and Dominique Artis from Charlotte, NC, who founded Jumping Dreams Double Dutch. Growing up, they were competitors in the sport, which fueled their passion to create a program in Charlotte. The program works with approximately 2,000 kids weekly through schools and youth programs. What started as a hobby turned into a career to help the community, and now their team ranks top 5 in the world in the sport.
Here’s a look at our daytime and afternoon lineup on WTVR CBS 6:
- 9 a.m. — Virginia This Morning
- 10 a.m. — Let’s Make A Deal
- 11 a.m. — The Price is Right
- CBS 6 News at Noon with Cheryl Miller
- 12:30 p.m. — The Young and The Restless
- 1:30 p.m. — The Bold and The Beautiful
- 2 p.m. — The Talk
- 3 p.m. — The Jennifer Hudson Show
- 4 p.m. — CBS 6 News at 4 p.m. with Cheryl Miller and Julie Bragg
- CBS 6 News at 5 p.m. with Julie Bragg and Leland Pinder
- CBS 6 News at 6 p.m. with Bill Fitzgerald
- 6:30 p.m. — The CBS Evening News with Norah O'Donnell
- CBS 6 News at 7 p.m. with Bill Fitzgerald
- 7:30 p.m. — Access Hollywood