The Real returns on the Fox network on September 12, 2016, for its third season. The first two seasons had five co-hosts. Season 3 is down to only four. Tamar Braxton was fired at the end of the second season, and executives decided not to replace her. The upcoming season is hosted by four diverse and outspoken hosts. They are Adrienne Bailon, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai, and Tamera Mowry-Housley. Each woman brings her own style of fashion, personality, and opinions to show. This makes the daytime talk showas real as it can get.

Aboutthe show

The Real is a syndicated talk show that started in 2013 as a trial run on Fox-owned networks.

The show is going into itsthird season geared toward young female viewers. The series is called The Realbecause the young co-hosts are known tospeak what others are thinking. The format of the show is quite entertaining with different segments that keeptheir live audience and viewers from getting bored. The first segment is called "girl chat" where they all chime in and speak what they know about a certaintopic. Then they interview well-known guests. The co-hosts play games with audience members and give away money and prizes. A favorite with fans is the life hacks segment where interesting and practical thingsare shared.

About the co-hosts

Adrienne Bailon is a singer, songwriter, recording artist, actress, dancer, and television personality.

The 32-year-old co-host became known to the public when she was a lead singer of The Cheetah Girls. She is a New York native who was born to a Puerto Rican mother and an Ecuadorian father. The youngest co-host on the show became engaged to gospel singer Israel Houghton in August while The Real was on hiatus.

Loni Love is the oldest one in the group.

She is a stand-up comedian, actress, and television personality. The former electrical engineer brings a lot of laughter to the talk show. The 45-year-old Detroit native describes herself as happily single.

Jeannie Mai is a fashion expert and television personality. The 37-year-old shares her expertise in fashion on the show.

Jeannie was born to a Vietnamesemother and Chinese father. She has invited "Mama Mai" to the show many times. Jeannie has been married to Freddy Harteis for nine years.

Now that Tamar Braxton is no longer on the show, Tamera Mowry-Housley is the only co-host on the panel who is a mother. She is married to Fox News Correspondent Adam Housley. The couple has two young children, Aden John Tanner Housley and Ariah Talea Housley. The 38-year-old became well-known when she starred on Sister, Sister with her identical twin sister, Tia Mowry-Hardrict.