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“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” returns in its eleventh season with happy hour at 3pm on Zee Café starting this September

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“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” is the daytime destination for laughter and fun on television. Slated to air weekdays at 3pm, Zee Cafe brings a refreshing perspective to daytime television. Voted the ‘funniest person in America’  Ellen's charming personality and inimitable take on everyday life invite a relaxed and candid environment and allow her guests to engage in entertaining and thoughtful discussions on topical issues. The environment the host creates always leads to having moments of unpredictable fun, illuminating celebrities “in the moment,” and saying and doing things viewers won’t experience anywhere else! When members of Hollywood's A-list and Ellen get together, anything can happen—from dancing with First Lady Michelle Obama to Christmas Caroling with Britney Spears to catching George Clooney after setting numerous “Clooney traps.”

The show features a diverse mix of celebrity interviews, musical performers, audience participation, and segments spotlighting everyday people with extraordinary stories and talents. “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” continues to be a destination for the world’s biggest stars. In addition to Clooney, guests have included Brad Pitt, Reese Witherspoon, Justin Timberlake, Penelope Cruz, Halle Berry, Drew Barrymore, just to name a few.

In addition to celebrity interviews, the show includes chart-topping musical performers and breaking new acts. The show has featured an eclectic catalogue of performances ranging from music legends Cher, Madonna, Paul McCartney, Prince, and Sir Elton John to pop superstars Beyonce, Lady Gaga, Pink, and Mariah Carey to smooth R&B and hip-hop artists Kanye West, The Black Eyes Peas, and Mary J. Blige .The show continues to prove itself as a leader in the daytime talk show genre by blending genuine warmth, humor, and unparalleled celebrity interviews.

With the eleventh season Ellen DeGeneres continues to deliver uplifting, inspiring, and hilarious experiences to viewers. Ellen’s talent, personal warmth, and insight have earned her recognition as a global entertainer and household name. Through her show, she brings her humor and talent for tackling topical issues into viewers’ lives with her distinctive style touching every aspect of the show.

“The Ellen DeGeneres Show” was launched in September 2003 to great success and critical acclaim.  In its launch year itself, the show won four Daytime Emmys, while Ellen has won ‘Outstanding talk show host’ four years in a row! Premiering on the 10TH of September, in its eleventh season the show airs Mondays to Fridays at 3pm exclusively on Zee Cafe.

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