CVM Television will today launch its inaugural all-woman talk show during prime time.
The brainchild of CVM's creative team, Naked Truth is a talk-show format featuring four women sharing their perspectives on a wide range of topics such as business, finance, entertainment, lifestyle, parenting, and everyday issues.
These women have done almost everything in life and will say almost anything. Although at times very conservative, they can also be provocative in their views. Opinionated and insightful, the four co-hosts have diverse backgrounds which run the gamut from working mothers and mature single women to professionals and young women just starting out in life.
The four are lawyer and politician, Paula Kerr-Jarrett; acclaimed Gleaner editor Barbara Ellington; award-winning international actress, Terri Salmon; and sexologist Shelly Ann Weeks.
"We at CVM have always wanted to do introduce this talk-show format to Jamaica. It was finding the right mix of women who can deliberate on various topics and engage the audience," said Shamena Khan, a director at CVM TV.
"CVM's Naked Truth has all the promise of excitement, spontaneity, and cutting-edge discourse that will push the envelope on women's views," added Khan.