Everyone’s favorite actor, businessperson, mom and cultural icon, Drew Barrymore is creating an army of optimism and she’s looking for recruits! You heard it right.
This festive season celebrates we-time with your friends and family in an exciting dose of cheer and inspiration from the endearing Charlie’s Angels sensation in ‘The Drew Barrymore Show’ on Zee Café airing weeknights at 9.
The week’s highlight episode which aired this Tuesday, 8th December featured guest celebrity actors Rosario Dawson, ‘We’re The Millers’ and ‘Horrible Bosses’ actor and performer Jason Sudeikis and Podcast comedians Sherri Shepherd & Kym Whitley.
Celebrating Hispanic heritage month this December, Drew called up on her co-actor Rosaria Dawson to share a few words about her Latina culture. She said, “Just the idea of our history and our culture, it’s made me really proud to see how much power, beauty, art and poetry is in my back ground and in my veins.”
The charismatic Drew had much to speak with her SNL actor, Jason Sudeikis. Especially when she brought up a karaoke session they had once done together, he commented “What better way to get to know a person than Karaoke and war.”
Talking about his lockdown duties, Jason Sudeikis was quite frank about spending time with his family and raising his kids the right way and the joy of seeing them grow and appreciate the finer things around them. To this Drew teared up saying, “By talking about your kids, you peeled away layers of my own personal fears because as you were talking, I just felt so excited for your kids to have such a safe environment growing up.”
Drew Barrymore couldn’t hold herself back to express her happiness at her next guests on the show, the two lovely comedian mothers Sherri Shepherd who is also a best-selling author & Kym Whitley who have their own podcasts show titled ‘Two Funny Mamas’ where they share their personal experiences. Drew said, “You guys really tackle so many different types of tones & genres and subjects and I love the way you mix it up all into this one pod and make it all work together. Kim Whitley replies saying, “We just feel we have something to offer the world especially during this pandemic that we can give advice and have fun, that gives us joy.”
Sherri Shepherd speak about her trying that at motherhood and her continuous failure in not being able to understand her own son. She talks about how it’s not common to see parents fail in their own responsibilities, she said, “During the time of pandemic, you got to have connection because otherwise you’re going to think that you’re the only one that’s going through what you’re going through as a mother.”
Tune in to a new episode every day and watch Drew Barrymore be her cheerful best bringing to light the people who have actually made a difference in their life, weeknights at 9 only on Zee Café