- Network: NBC
- Series Premiere Date: Sep 8, 2003
- Starring: Ellen DeGeneres, Tony Okungbowa, Houston Rose
The Ellen DeGeneres Show is a talk show in its sixth season, recently surpassing its 1100th episode. Hosted by star of Ellen and The Ellen Show, Ellen Degeneres. Featuring a unique mix of celebrity interviews, chart-topping and up-and-coming musical performances, audience participationThe Ellen DeGeneres Show is a talk show in its sixth season, recently surpassing its 1100th episode. Hosted by star of Ellen and The Ellen Show, Ellen Degeneres. Featuring a unique mix of celebrity interviews, chart-topping and up-and-coming musical performances, audience participation games, and segments spotlighting real life stories, and amazing talent throughout all age-groups.
Ellen encourages a "negative-free zone", and trys to make everybody feel as if they are in the studio, even if they're sat at home. She regularily rings viewers and throughout regular segments within the show encourages people at home to send in videos, letters and even leave voicemail messages.
Unlike other talk-shows were the host is accompanied by a houseband, Ellen is joined by a in-house DJ. Since the start of the series, there has been four DJ's. Scotty K appeared in the first month of the show, Tony Okungbowa was the resident DJ from October in series 1 through to May in 2006 (Series 3), as Tony left Jonny Abrahams (Series 4) took over. With season five, the new DJ Stryker took over, however left at the end of the season and Tony Okungbowa returned for season six. What is a huge part of the show, as at the start of each programme, after delivering her opening monologue, Ellen dances with the audience, following on from this she does her signature dance across her coffee table.
Throughout the show Ellen has developed quite a few catchphrases, most popular is the 'KAAAA!' used to calm down the audience, as Ellen enters the set.… Collapse
- Genre(s): Talk & Interview
- Season 3 premiere date: Sep 5, 2005
- Episode Length: 60
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