Tamron Hall to Make TV Comeback With Daytime Talk Show Months After 'Today' Exit

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You're about to see Tamron Hall on your TV screen again!

The former Today show co-host, who left the morning news program after it canned her and Al Roker's "Today's Take" hour, is making her television return with a daily syndicated talk show, Weinstein Television announced on Wednesday.

WATCH: Tamron Hall Leaves NBC News After Network Cancels 'Today's Take' With Co-Host Al Roker

Hall will also serve as an executive producer of the yet-to-be-titled show, and will also work with the Weinstein Company on additional non-scripted television projects.

“I’ve been working towards developing a talk show for a long time, but needed to make sure I did it the right way and with the right person to take the lead," Weinstein Company chairman Harvey Weinstein said in a statement. "Tamron is far and away that person. She’s an exceptionally talented journalist whose interviews masterfully walk the line between entertainment and hard hitting. We couldn’t be more thrilled to begin this new venture with her."

WATCH: Al Roker Addresses Tamron Hall's Exit From NBC News: She's 'Been a Good Friend to Me'

Shortly after the announcement, the 46-year-old journalist took to Twitter to confirm the news, writing, "When the right call comes #grateful."

Congratulations, Tamron!

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Watch the video below for what Roker said about Hall's exit from Today back in February.