Television personality Meredith Vieira will be getting her own daytime talk show in the fall of 2014.
Titled The Meredith Vieira Show, the syndicated daytime show will include human-interest stories, lifestyle segments and celebrity guests "who have an important story to tell," the press release stated.
The studio will be designed to look like the inside of Vieira's home and the various segments will be aimed at highlighting her "warm personality."
"As a journalist on Today and 60 Minutes, I learned how to really listen to people and help give them a voice," Vieira said in a statement. "On The View, I unleashed my own opinionated self and discovered the empowerment that comes with sometimes heated, but always respectful, discussion."
Vieira added that her experience hosting Who Wants to Be a Millionaire for 12 years was joyful as she helped changed people's lives.
"All of these experiences, along with being a wife and mom, have led me here because they all share one common denominator: This fundamental need we have to connect with and find inspiration in each other," Vieira continued.
She said with each show she wants to accomplish "the three H's: Heat, Heart and Humor." Finally, she thanked her husband, Richard, and kids, Ben, Gabe and Lily for encouraging her to pursue the new talk show.
Vieira's first national appearance was on CBS's long-running newsmagazine 60 Minutes, where she was a correspondent from 1989-91. She eventually became the original moderator on The View, where she stayed from 1997-2006. She then replaced Katie Couric on The Today Show with co-host Matt Lauer from 2006-2011.
Vieira hosted the daytime syndicated version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire from 2002-2013. She is currently a special correspondent for NBC News.
The Meredith Vieira Show does not have an official premiere date though it is scheduled to premiere in the fall of 2014.
Watch highlight's from Vieira's time on The Today Show in addition to her big farewell: