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Amy Adams, Patricia Clarkson Scheduled For July 6 “The Talk” Episode

Adams and Clarkson will talk “Sharp Objects.”

Sharp Objects | Anne Marie Fox/HBO

HBO’s new limited series “Sharp Objects” premieres on Sunday, July 8.

Two days earlier, stars Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson will make a joint talk show appearance.

The actresses are scheduled for the July 6 edition of CBS’ “The Talk.” Ziggy Marley is also slated for that afternoon’s episode, while Carrie Ann Inaba will serve as a guest host.

Official “The Talk” listings follow:

Monday, July 2 Actress Sanaa Lathan (Showtime’s “The Affair”); actress Jennifer Finnigan (CBS’ SALAVATION); singer Carnie Wilson guest co-hosts (n)

Tuesday, July 3 Actress Alison Brie; actor Jack Reynor (CBS All Access series STRANGE ANGEL) (n)

Wednesday, July 4 Emmy-winning actress Alfre Woodard; actress Beth Behrs (CBS’ THE NEIGHBORHOOD) guest co-hosts; chef Adam Perry Lang discusses his new book “Serious Barbeque” and grills up dishes for Fourth of July (n)

Thursday, July 5 Actress Evangeline Lilly discusses her new film “Ant-Man and the Wasp”; producer and manager Pat Houston discusses her new documentary; television personality Carrie Ann Inaba guest co-hosts (n)

Friday, July 6 Award-winning actress Amy Adams and Patricia Clarkson discuss their new drama series; GRAMMY winner and reggae superstar Ziggy Marley discusses his new album “Rebellion Rises” and performs; television personality Carrie Ann Inaba guest co-hosts (n)

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