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Flow brings all-woman talk show to Jamaica

Published:Tuesday | August 4, 2015 | 12:00 AM
‘Chatter Box’ hosts (from left) Denyque Dontre, Debbie Bissoon, Celene Gordon, and Shelly-Ann Weeks.

Flow is once again set to break new ground with the launch of the first ever, all woman talk show on Jamaican cable.

Chatter Box is a cast of five young, vibrant Jamaican females coming together to give their views on all things current from the news of the day, to current affairs, fashion, popular culture, and myriad topical issues. They will keep audiences well entertained, informed, and certainly, educated.

The show will be aired on Flow channel 100 as the cable provider steps up its drive to promote top-quality local content.

Director of communications and stakeholder relationships at Flow/LIME Gail Abrahams says Chatter Box will form part of a suite of programmes to be unveiled by Flow in the coming months.

"We have a long-term plan to change the face of local programming. We see Chatter Box as a great opportunity to engage and present the Jamaican consumer with exciting content that touches on a variety of topical issues within the society," said Abrahams.


fun and meaningful


The show promises to take viewers on a fun yet meaningful dive into topics ranging from music to sports to lifestyle. The Chatter Box hosts are local singjay Denyque Dontre, local commentator Shelly-Ann 'Dr Sexy' Weeks, media personality Debbie Bissoon, and the young and bright Celene Gordon.

Chatter Box is slated to premiere on August 12 on Flow TV.

Viewers can tune in for all the excitement and look out for the fifth member of the cast, a big unveil on the show. The show promises to be fun, classy, cutting edge, thought-provoking, and real.

"It's a unique Jamaican spin on shows like The View, The Today Show, and The Real. With these females as cast members, we believe this show will be a crowd pleaser," added Abrahams.