Yesterday Tamron Hall, 48, announced that she was pregnant and married to entertainment executive Steven Greener.

Walt Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International announced that the 48-year-old's syndicated talk show "Tamron Hall" will premiere Sept. 9. Executive producer Bill Geddie says Hall has the experience to "talk and listen to all sides and bring folks together."

Hall tweeted "when one door closes...another one opens."

Hall left NBC and MSNBC in 2017.

Here's where she made her announcement:

According to reports, "Since Hall abruptly left NBC in February 2017 after losing her 9 a.m. time slot to Megyn Kelly, fans have been rallying for a comeback. Her biggest fans? The entire Today crew. Savannah Guthrie commented on Hall's post with a short yet seriously sweet note: "Yessssss!!!!!! ❤️💕❤️" Hoda Kotb even chimed in by writing," ❤️❤️ the best chapter yet!!! ❤️❤️ congrats." Ah, our favorite girl gang is together again!"

Steven may be White - but that's on the outside only. He's been working with Black entertainers for his entire career. As one of his friends put it, "Steven is the Blackest White guy I know, all his friends are Black, and he listens to Black music."

According to Variety magazine, Steven got his start working alongside Benny Medina and Jeff Pollack managing Will Smith. 

He then transitioned to film producing Above The Rim and New Jack City. Next he launched Union Ent. and developed the Bernie Mack show. He then went on to be involved in Soul Men, Roseanne's Nut, Women Thou Art Loose, and eventually was a consultant for Liongate's Code Black Films and oversaw Kevin Hart's Let Me Explain.

He head's up the music talent division of Primary Wave Music which manages Cee-Lo, Fantasia, Melissa Etheridge, Brandy, Cypress Hill, Eric Benet, Yanni, and others. They also own some impressive music catalogs.