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The Rosie O'Donnell Show premiered on June 10, 1996 to the highest debut ratings of any talk show this decade. The show has earned critical acclaim as well as a huge public following. Newsweek has dubbed Rosie O'Donnell the "Queen of Nice," TV Guide has likened her to Johhny Carson, she is one of People magazine's "Most Intriguing People of 1996," one of Ladies' Home Journal's "Fascinating People of 1996," and Entertainment Weekly named her 1996's "Entertainer of the Year."
The hour-long syndicated show is a fresh, fun and welcome alternative to daytime television. It's a good old fashioned talk/variety show-only updated and revitalized for a whole new generation of television viewers.
Guests on the show have ranged from everyday people and children from across the country to some of Hollywood's most famous faces. In just the first few months, the show featured an all-star lineup of guests, includng: Georege Clooney, Cher, Tony Bennett, Elton John, Bette Midler, Liza Minnelli, Meg Ryan, Denzel Washington, Mel Gibson, Jane Pauley, Katie Couric, the Duchess of York Sarah Ferguson, Gloria Estefan, Demi Moore, Luther Vandross, Mike Douglas, Miss Piggy and Elmo, Rosie's friends Madonna and Penny Marshall, Rosie's dream man Tom Cruise, and meeting Rosie's lifelong idol Barbara Streisand, to name just a few.
Music is also an important element of the show. In addition to "John McD and the McDLT's" (the show's five-piece band headed by Broadway's own John McDaniel), the show features live musical performances from recording artists, dancers, and Broadway Shows.
Rosie creates a "kick-off-your-shoes-and-stay-a-while" atmosphere. While she may not softshoe through interviews, she has no intention of embarassing guests or prying into the parts of their lives that they are uncomfortable discussing.
Serving as co-executive producer of the program since it's inception, Rosie plays an intregal part in the development, decision making, and day-to-day production of the show
Originating from Rockefeller Center in New York, the show has been cleared in more than 99% of the country. The Rosie O'Donnell Show is a Kid Ro production in association with Telepictures Productions and is distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution.
"No other family was as obsessed with TV in my neigborhood as mine was. We were allowed to watch TV 24 hours a day. And we did. My favorite shows were 'Merv Griffin' and 'Mike Douglas.' I would literally run home from school everyday and switch them on. I hope we can bring back that kind of show to televsion."
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|Rosie's Address||Rosie O'Donnell|
30 Rockefeller Plaza Suite 800E
New York, NY 10112
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|Tracy Wormworth, Bass:||TheR0Bass@aol.com|
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|On the WEB||http://www.rosieo.com|
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