"The Real" daytime talk show will return on the FOX Television Stations and in National Syndication on Monday, September 18. The talk show hosts have been missed, and viewers are excited that they will return soon. The syndicated talk show is hosted by four outspoken women. Each woman brings her own talent and creativity to the program that is going into its fourth season.

The upcoming season will be different from previous seasons in that it will air live in real time so viewers can interact with the hosts through social media.

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That's good because sometimes viewers would like to chime in and say something, especially during the first part of the show that's called "Girl Chat."

Executive producer Rachel Miskowiec explained in a statement that going live was something they have wanted to do for a long time.

She says they are pleased that viewers can have a seat at the table and join the conversations.

About 'The Real'

"The Real" was launched in 2013 on Fox and rebroadcasted on BET. The co-hosts present a topic and chat about it for the first 15 minutes of the show. The topics are always interesting ones about current events, pop culture, beauty, fashion, relationships, or something that is going on in the hosts' personal lives. After the "Girls Chat" segment is over, guests are interviewed.

Diversity of the hosts

The show is made up of diverse women who don't mind sharing things about their personal lives. Tamera Mowry-Housley is a 39-year old biracial wife and mother of a five-year-old son and a two-year-old daughter. Her father is of Irish ancestry, and her mother is of Afro-Bahamian descent.

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She is the identical twin to Tia Mowry-Hardrict. They had starring roles on the sitcom "Sister, Sister" that aired from 1994 to 1999.

Jeannie Mai, 38, has been married for 10 years and has often shared that she is happy without children. She was born to a Vietnamese mother and a Chinese father. She often talks about her background and culture.

Loni Love is the oldest and only single black woman on "The Real." The 47-year-old co-host says she is happily single and plans to stay that way. She is a standup comedian who often jokes about her male companions and how much she drinks.

Adrienne Houghton is the youngest co-host. The 33-year-old former Cheetah Girl married gospel singer Israel Houghton in Paris on November 12, 2016. They thrilled the audience and viewers by singing together last Christmas.

Tune in on Monday, September 18 to see what will happen on the live show.