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|The Other Half
|Country of origin
||24 September 2001
– 27 October 2003|
The Other Half is an American daytime talk show produced for broadcast syndication by NBC Studios, which aired from 2001-2003, mainly on NBC's owned-and-operated stations but syndicated to markets outside those in which NBC owned a station. The show was hosted by Dick Clark, former child actors Mario Lopez and Danny Bonaduce, and cosmetic surgeon Dr. Jan Adams, who was later replaced by actor Dorian Gregory.
It was intended as a male counterpart to the popular ABC talk show The View and, despite its inability to find an audience, it earned a few Emmy Award nominations.