Jada Pinkett Smith to return with her controversial talk show 'Red Table Talk' in 2024
Jada explained that the show couldn't come back sooner because she was busy working on all her memoirs. Jada Pinkett Smith says Red Table Talk will return in 2024.
The 52-year-old star has confirmed she will resume the talk show with her daughter Willow Smith and mother Adrienne 'Gammy' Banfield-Norris after the series was canceled by Facebook Watch earlier this year.
Answering a fan's question during a livestream event on Saturday (14.10.23), Jada Pinkett Smith said: "The red table is coming back. We are currently working on the situation. So next year.”
The 'Gotham' actress explained that the show may not return as early as she did because she is working on her memoir 'Worthy' while Willow is busy with her music career.
Jada Pinkett Smith explained to Good Housekeeping and TalkShopLive: "When I was writing the book and Willow was on her music tour, we couldn't do the Red Table."
Jada – who recently revealed that she and her husband Will Smith have been separated for the past seven years – also discussed how her book was inspired when she was "in the dark" about her mental health.
She explained: “I just remember being in a dark place and feeling like no one saw me. "And there's nothing more lonely than not having anyone around you to connect with or get to know you."
Jada Pinkett Smith's mother Gammy apologized for not paying attention to her daughter's inner turmoil.
She said: “I want to tell you how much I love you. I must apologize to you once again that I did not even see some of those moments when you were in such a state of depression and I could not even understand them.
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