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‘Black-ish’ Star Marsai Martin To Host New Quibi Talk Show

“Excited to announce this project! Thanks to Quibi, Art & Industry and all of our producing partners,” Martin shared in an Instagram post.

Marsai Martin is giving her fans more Black girl magic and is continuing to build her Hollywood empire!

The award-winning Black-ish actress is adding a talk show to her extensive resume as host of Tiny Talk Show, which will stream exclusively on Quibi, a short-form platform that generates content for viewing on mobile devices.

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Deadline reports that Tiny Talk Show produced by Art & Industry will be the world’s smallest functional talk show. In fact, it will be one-sixth the size of the usual talk show set.

Martin will “ask the big questions and steer us through this new world as we discover sometimes the littlest voices are the loudest,” according to a statement from the network. 

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“Excited to announce this project! Thanks to Quibi, Art & Industry and all of our producing partners,” Martin shared in an Instagram post. “A special congrats to my Head of television, Nicole Dow. Here’s to many.”

The mission of Tiny Talk Show is to be “intimate, revealing, and devoted to subjects with a lot to say,” the outlet said. 

The seven-time NAACP Image Award winner and two-time BET Award winner  will sit as the executive producer on the show under her Genius Entertainment brand alongside her parents Josh and Carol Martin. 

The network did not announce an official premiere date for the first episode of the Tiny Talk Show

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