Multi-hyphenated by a former child artist, the talk show known as Barrymore begins Monday with the reunion of “Charlize Angels” with Cameron Diaz and Lucy Liu. Barrymore’s frequent co-star Adam Sandler has also appeared.
In keeping with the tradition of the day, Barrymore’s show will also collide from an angle of human interest, with segments such as “Design by Drew” and “Druze News”.
“I’m not a person, I’m not a mood, I’m not a gimmick, I’m such a mixed bag myself,” he said. “I want a show that represents all the different things we’re interested in.”
Although his name appears front-and-center in the title, Barrymore is hesitant to take full credit for it. She said that she never mentions it as “her” show because she sees it as a collective effort.
He said, “I grew up on the set – that’s the family I grew up with and those people become your family. You spend more and more time with them.” I’m never going to be kidding, I’m Never inexperienced, I’m coming as a team member, and that’s why I would never call it my show. Because I don’t think I deserve it. Call it my show It is the belief of everyone who puts their effort, energy and time into making this show. ”
In fact, knowing the state of the world, he is grateful for the duration of the job.
“It’s crazy, I’ve never felt more humble and thankful in my whole life that I’m alive now, having two kids who are healthy, between this crew and this team and getting this opportunity ,” he said. . “I don’t know how I ended up here, but I can never give up and I’ve never seen how lucky I am.”
He said: “I have lost my job. [Being] Black Listed at 12, appreciates every work I have. I know that it is very much like to lose things and work and they are very lucky and have everything between me and them.