Lopez Has High Hopes for Daytime Show

The J.Lo juggernaut is steamrolling into daytime TV.

Sexy screen siren Jennifer Lopez (search) will produce a one-hour talk show premiering next fall - which will be co-hosted by her kid sister, Lynda Lopez (search).

The untitled daytime show, syndicated by Universal TV, will be formatted like ABC's women-only gabfest "The View" (search) - with a group of four women discussing pop culture and chatting up celebrities.

"A talk show hosted by a group of smart women with diverse opinions and varied interests is tremendously exciting," J.Lo said in a statement. "We are going to have a lot of fun!"

J.Lo will appear on the show - produced by her production company - when she's available.

"When Jennifer has something to say, or feels there's a reason for her to be on, I think she'll show up," said Lopez's producing partner, Julio Caro.

The announcement of J.Lo's new show caps a wild month for her sister. Lynda Lopez began her new job yesterday as an entertainment reporter in New York City - just weeks after she and boyfriend Chris Booker were canned from radio station Blink 102.7 in a major format switch.