Renowned actress and host Jada Pinkett Smith has hinted that the critically acclaimed Facebook Watch series, "Red Table Talk," is looking towards a future that promises even more intriguing content for its viewers. In a recent conversation, the celebrity host spilled the beans on what fans can expect in the times to come.
Innovative Developments on the Horizon
“You know me, I'm always looking for the next innovative thing,” Pinkett Smith said of the series’ future. This mindset has been a core aspect of the show since its inception, as it continually seeks to break new ground in its format and discussions.
"We’ve had a couple platforms reach out to us," she reveals, indicating a possible expansion of the show's reach beyond Facebook Watch. However, she remains tight-lipped about specific details, maintaining an air of suspense and excitement for fans.
"We have some interesting avenues that we're looking at now," she teases. Furthermore, Pinkett Smith divulged there's a unique idea brewing, closely tied with her upcoming book's release. "Actually, there's one idea that we have in mind that I'm kind of excited about that will probably be happening, maybe, close to the release of the book," she discloses.
A Memoir Set to Deepen Connection with Fans
On the subject of her forthcoming memoir, Pinkett Smith took a moment to address her audience's perceptions about her personal journey. She has a firm belief that her memoir will offer insights not possible to share through "Red Table Talk." "So many people feel because of my talk show Red Table Talk that they know my journey.
And they really don't. There's been so much about my journey that I haven't really been able to share on a format like RTT," she explains. Regardless of the specific changes on the horizon, fans of "Red Table Talk" have every reason to be excited.
With the host's teases about innovative developments and the impending release of her memoir, it's evident that the journey ahead will only continue to expand and deepen the connections between Jada Pinkett Smith and her dedicated audience.