Vivica A. Fox eyes daytime talk show

Vivica A. Fox is looking to throw her hat into the talk show ring, sources said.

The actress, who most recently starred in Lifetime's drama series Missing, has been meeting with studios around town to discuss hosting a syndicated daytime project.

It is being positioned in the vein of The Tyra Banks Show, which targets women 18-34, but to a broader audience composition. Along with Missing, a role that earned her an NAACP Image Award this year, Fox's recent credits include the Kill Bill movies.

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THE SHOW WAS CANCELLED ON MAY OF 2006... THAT'S ALL APART OF THE LIFETIME STATION. TO KICK OFF CERTAIN RACES ACCEPT FOR STRONG MEDICINE WHICH LASTED SIX YEARS... NOW THINK ABOUT THAT!!!!!!!!!!!!
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does that mean MISSING has been cancelled?!?!? I can't find anythiong out about a new season someone please help
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Wouldn't mind seeing her everyday...
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Isn't it becoming a BIT too crowded for celebrity daytime talk/service shows these days? I don't even know if Megan Mullally or Rachel Ray's daily series are going to click with viewers this fall! Perhaps Ms. Fox should wait a season or so before attempting
her own program.....
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