Natalie Morales Joins CBS as Co-Anchor of ‘The Talk’ After Leaving NBC News

CBS announced that Natalie Morales, a former NBC anchor, has joined The Talk. She will start doing her job on October 11th.

Presenters Jerry O’Connell, Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots and Sheryl Underwood gave Morales a warm welcome. They met her virtually on Monday’s episode of the show, as she will be working with them and talking to them.

Warm welcome from Natalie Morales in “La Charla

“We couldn’t be more excited to have Morales join The Talk family,” said the executive producers. “We have been fans of her and her work for years. Her varied skill set and versatility are a great addition to our talented panel. Natalie’s intelligence, passion and enthusiasm always shine through in all of her work and we are lucky to have her on the team. In addition to her role as an exceptional broadcaster, we believe that her perspective as her wife and mother will provide a special connection with our audience.”

“It is an extraordinary opportunity to join this team at The Talk,” said Morales. “I love the new energy and direction and couldn’t be more excited to join Sheryl, Amanda, Jerry and Akbar. I look forward to many good times as I discuss the topics of the day, and I can’t wait to get started.”

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Natalie Morales Joins CBS as Co-Anchor of 'The Talk' After Leaving NBC News

Morales praised them for such a warm welcome and chatted with his new teammates. She has worked with NBC since she was married for 23 years. Morales loves new adventures as she is going to do them. She had a wonderful time with NBC.

On Friday, Natalie Morales announced that she is officially leaving NBC News after 22 years due to a new opportunity and will be starting work with a new opportunity.

The work of Natalia Morales

Natalie Morales has also appeared on other shows like NBC Nightly News and Dateline NBC. Morales is a former NBC News anchor. She worked with the Today Show West Coast. She has also appeared on other shows like NBC Nightly News and Dateline NBC. She then moved to Los Angeles in August after the Rio Summer Olympics. She there she worked with the Today Show West Coast.

Morales’ first half life was very hectic, full of adventures, challenges, early risers, travel. He felt very bad about saying goodbye to NBC.

In 2002, Morales worked with MSNBC, and in 2006, Today. Still, she served as presenter. She today she became an official Dateline correspondent and continues to appear for a year. She is expected to say goodbye to Today this week.

For fifteen years on TODAY, Morales was a TODAY newscaster and co-anchor. In 2016, the show was named the host of the West Coast.

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