Jennifer Garner joins Kelly Corrigan for “Tell Me More”

“Tell Me More with Kelly Corrigan,” a new candid and heartfelt interview series hosted by the four-time New York Times bestselling author, premieres Mondays, October 5 at 8 p.m. The series features intimate, one-on-one conversations with acclaimed public interest lawyer Bryan Stevenson, late-night host, actor and writer James Corden, and actress and entrepreneur Jennifer Garner. Stevenson addresses how the truth can lead to racial reconciliation; Corden shares why he thinks America is in her “teenage years”; and Garner tells Corrigan how she inspires others to find their true passions.

A signature segment of the program is Corrigan’s idea to ask her guests for a “Plus Two” — two individuals they personally or professionally know, admire and respect. Through these additional interviews, viewers will see each guest in a new light and discover how we can use our shared experiences to make a difference.

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In the midst of America’s racial reckoning, Kelly talks with Bryan Stevenson, one of the country’s leading advocates for racial reconciliation, on what motivates him to continue the work toward justice.

James Corden knew that in order to find success in late night, he would have to approach it differently. At the center of his strategy: a broadcast optimized to spread virally across the internet. Hear how Corden executed his plan in his “Tell Me More” conversation with Kelly Corden.

Actress and entrepreneur Jennifer Garner speaks with Kelly Corrigan on the path she’s taken to who she is, and what she finds meaningful in her journey.

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