Definition of "talkshows" [talkshows]

  • Plural form of talkshow. (noun)

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Use "talkshows" in a sentence
  • "Breaking the most welcome of silences this week comes Sir Michael Parkinson CBE, whose attacks on both modern talkshows and Russell Brand are immensely significant."
  • "I think everyone should get the facts and stop getting it word of mouth or crappy talkshows."
  • "After months of making the rounds of all the political talkshows and op eds in all the papers, he thinks he can just disappear and no one would notice ... or that his adversaries wouldn't jump on the opportunity to show how unstable he is?"