The Steve Harvey Show - Netflix
Steve Hightower, a former 1970s R&B singer who once opened for acts such as Gladys Knight and the Pips, can't seem to find ideal employment. After some failed jobs as a musician, he decides to take a job as a high-school music teacher. Accustomed to celebrity life, he learns to deal with the realities of working a nine-to-five job and his class of troublemaking, but well-intentioned, kids.
Runtime: 25 minutes
The Steve Harvey Show - Steve (talk show) - Netflix
Steve is an American syndicated talk show hosted by comedian and television personality Steve Harvey. It premiered on September 5, 2017, as a spiritual successor to Harvey's previous self-titled talk show produced by Endemol. The new series is produced from Universal Studios in California in partnership with IMG, and was described as having a format with a larger focus on celebrities and his comedy.
The Steve Harvey Show - Format - Netflix
Harvey compared the new show's format as being more akin to a late-night talk show and one of his competitors, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, with a monologue, audience games, and celebrity guests. Harvey lamented that it was harder to secure celebrity guests for his previous show in Chicago, explaining that “I designed that show around a great city and those great people. We flew people in, but we didn't have to. In five years, I never had a regular person cancel. I don't expect that to be the case out here. Famous people cancel.” Harvey stated that the new show would still feature human interest segments, but that he would be able to “interject a little bit more of my personality in terms of humor in a lot more areas”.
The Steve Harvey Show - References - Netflix