Usually, guests consist of a group of people who are learned or who have great experience in relation to whatever issue is being discussed on the show for that episode.
Other times, a single guest discusses their work or area of expertise with a host or co-hosts.
Syndicated daily talk shows range from tabloid talk shows, such as Jerry Springer and Maury to celebrity interview shows like Live!
Syndicated daily talk shows began to gain more popularity during the mid-1970s and reached their height of popularity with the rise of the tabloid talk show.
Morning talk shows gradually replaced earlier forms of programming — there were a plethora of morning game shows during the 1960s and early to mid-1970s, and some stations formerly showed a morning movie in the time slot that many talk shows now occupy.
However, the comedic elements are usually written for the guests and hosts.
In Brazil, Jô Soares inaugurated the genre with Jô Soares Onze e Meia ("Jô Soares Eleven Thirty") from 1988 to 1999.
Late night talk shows are especially significant in the United States.