See how daytime talk TV ‘decked their sets’ for the holidays


“Harry,” hosted by actor and musician Harry Connick Jr. opted to clad its set’s large curved wall with a snowy forest motif. The look is complemented by matching narrow tree trunks placed in front of the wall.

In addition, the show added multiple Christmas trees to the set as well as piles of gifts along the bottom of the cutouts that form the word “Harry” in that same wall.

The set’s furniture and carpet were also updated to a red and green color scheme, while above the main interview area oversized ornaments are suspended. 

The band area now features a snowy village scene created using oversized cutouts.


Some of the set’s horizontal banded backgrounds, meanwhile, have been repurposed as sort of miniature shelves for small toys and blocks.

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