Daytime talk show – Daytime Emmys http://daytimeemmys.tv/ Sun, 08 May 2022 17:18:00 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://daytimeemmys.tv/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-27-120x120.png Daytime talk show – Daytime Emmys http://daytimeemmys.tv/ 32 32 Daytime talk show canceled after 8 seasons https://daytimeemmys.tv/daytime-talk-show-canceled-after-8-seasons/ Sun, 08 May 2022 17:18:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/daytime-talk-show-canceled-after-8-seasons/ After weeks of rumors that Fox’s daytime talk show The truth would be canceled at the end of its eighth season, the network confirmed that the series would end. The show originally premiered in a summer 2013 test session before being picked up for a full season. There have been a series of host changes. […]]]>

After weeks of rumors that Fox’s daytime talk show The truth would be canceled at the end of its eighth season, the network confirmed that the series would end. The show originally premiered in a summer 2013 test session before being picked up for a full season. There have been a series of host changes. When it first premiered, Loni Love, Adrienne Bailon, Tamar Braxton, Jeannie Mai and Tamera Mowry were the roundtable hosts. Braxton was fired in 2016 and the series has struggled to find its footing, with many fans and insiders complaining about Braxton’s acrimonious exit. Braxton accused Love of conspiring to get her fired. She was eventually replaced by Amanda Seales, who left the show after just six months, citing producers’ censorship rules. Housley quit after seven years and was replaced by The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star, Garcelle Beauvais. Now the show is over.

A drop in ratings would be the cause of the show’s cancellation. According to Deadlinethe decision to cancel the show is unrelated to the network’s green light for several new talk shows. The Jennifer Hudson Show is expected to begin airing this fall. Sherri with Sherri Shepherd will also be presented this fall as an official replacement for Wendy Williams.

Ahead of the news, Bailon revealed in a podcast appearance alongside Amanda Seales on Small Doses that if the show ever ended, she would move full-time from Los Angeles to her hometown in New York to start a family. . She said she preferred her children to be rooted in a big city. Mowry moved to Napa full-time to run his family’s wine business and has since launched his own YouTube channel and has projects with the Hallmark Channel. Braxton continued on reality series such as Braxton Family Values, Tamar & Vince, get your life and Celebrity Big Brother.

Despite the cancellation and the behind-the-scenes drama that has unfolded over the past few years, The truth had a lot of success. It is Warners/Telepictures’ third longest running syndicated daytime talk show, behind Ellen and The Jenny Jones Show. It’s also the most unconventional, marking the first syndicated daytime talk show whose stars were all women of color with millennial audiences. The truth received three Daytime Emmys and two NAACP Image Awards.

Love took to Instagram to respond to the cancellation. According to her, the pandemic is responsible for the end of the show. “We shot 7-8 shows in three days, with no audience, we turned a conference room into a studio, but in my opinion the costs of COVID killed this show,” she wrote. It’s been a great ride, and thank you to the studio for enabling eight Emmy-winning and historic seasons of the show. Most importantly, thank you viewers for riding with us, she added.

In an interview with Shadow and act, Beauvais spoke of the show’s staying power, saying the growing viewership is credited with its success. “The show has been on the air since 2013. So let’s say the audience members were 25 when the show started, now they’re much older,” she told the outlet. “There are different things that we talk about. Now the audience that started with us wants to know how to manage your money, how to manage expectations. And there are things that are sometimes heavy, but sometimes we make it so light. But people are really talking about it in the real world, so we should be talking about it too.”

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‘Queer Eye’ star Karamo has his own daytime talk show coming up https://daytimeemmys.tv/queer-eye-star-karamo-has-his-own-daytime-talk-show-coming-up/ Fri, 22 Apr 2022 21:07:46 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/queer-eye-star-karamo-has-his-own-daytime-talk-show-coming-up/ Karamo Brown – Photo: NBCU Syndication Studios Currently, the five guys who make up the weird eye the actors are between seasons, but that doesn’t mean they’re taking it easy and relaxing. In fact, one of them is working harder than ever, as he has what could turn out to be a career-changing project, one […]]]>
Karamo Brown – Photo: NBCU Syndication Studios

Currently, the five guys who make up the weird eye the actors are between seasons, but that doesn’t mean they’re taking it easy and relaxing. In fact, one of them is working harder than ever, as he has what could turn out to be a career-changing project, one that has the potential to turn him into a household name.

Karamo Brown is currently gearing up to launch his own daytime talk show titled, simply, Karamo, and although the program has not yet aired, things are already going well. According to DeadlineBrown’s series is “90% sold out,” meaning that when it finally airs, it will be in most of the United States.

It’s not necessarily common for newcomers to be greeted so warmly, but apparently there’s a real appetite for Brown, her welcoming abilities and her words of wisdom, as stations across America swarm. undertake to promote Karamo when it’s ready.

Daytime television is handled differently than prime time, which is controlled more by the networks. So if NBC has a new sitcom airing Tuesdays at 8 p.m., it will almost surely air on all stations owned by the conglomerate.

When it comes to programs that air during the day, stations can choose what to air, making it harder (in some ways) for talk shows to get started and survive. The fact that Karamo set to appear in 90% of markets across the United States already is a good sign for both the actor and the host.

Karamo doesn’t have a proper launch date yet, but it’s slated for September.

Based on what has already been teased Karamolooks like it will be a bit more serious than weird eyealthough knowing Brown, he will surely bring a little humor and levity to the program.

According to a Press release connected to the show, Karamo will address “infidelity, race, parenting, and complex family dynamics,” among many other important topics.

In the same statement, Brown commented that “Growing up, hosting a daytime talk show seemed unrealistic and unattainable, but it was my dream. I used to run home after school as a kid to watch genre icons Sally, Donahue and Maury.



The sixth season of weird eye premiered on December 31, 2021, and there has been no news of a seventh from Netflix yet. Brown and fellow hosts Antoni Porowski, Tan France, Bobby Berk and Jonathan Van Ness were all nominated for the Emmy for Outstanding Host for a Reality or Competition Program in 2021, though they didn’t win. the trophy.

Brown has recently been busy launching businesses, publishing a book and even preparing for her new role hosting guests. Maury. This show is set to end in mid-2022, and Brown will fill her empty slot.

Brown is the latest LGBTQ star to launch a daytime talk show. It follows in the massively successful footsteps of Ellen DeGeneres, as her eponymous program comes to an end in mid-May after 19 seasons. RuPaul also had his own midday series, but it was canceled after just one season a few years ago.

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CBS Daytime Talk Show The Talk renewed for Season 13 https://daytimeemmys.tv/cbs-daytime-talk-show-the-talk-renewed-for-season-13/ Mon, 18 Apr 2022 20:22:59 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/cbs-daytime-talk-show-the-talk-renewed-for-season-13/ The Talk, the CBS show that championed daytime dramas with special soap-themed episodes, has been renewed for another season! The daily chatfest is hosted by Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, Jerry O’Connell, Natalie Morales and Sheryl Underwood. The Talk is renewed for season 13 Not only is The Talk returning for a 13th season, but so […]]]>

The Talk, the CBS show that championed daytime dramas with special soap-themed episodes, has been renewed for another season! The daily chatfest is hosted by Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, Jerry O’Connell, Natalie Morales and Sheryl Underwood.

The Talk is renewed for season 13

Not only is The Talk returning for a 13th season, but so are the five hosts! “The producers are just telling me there’s breaking news,” shared on-air host Natalie Morales in today’s episode. “It just happened right now. The Talk has been renewed for Season 13.

“It was crazy. It’s so good,” Akbar Gbajabiamila said after the audience responded with cheers. Jerry O’Connell added: “Now I know why all our bosses showed up today. “

Creation of crossings

CBS synergized with The Talk and the network’s two daytime dramas – The Young and the Restless and The Bold and the Beautiful. Today, Y&R’s Peter Bergman (Jack Abbott) and Susan Walters (Diane Jenkins) appeared on the show to discuss Diane’s return to the web (look for a story about it Tuesday on Soap Hub). Underwood and Gbajabiamila return to B&B as Bill Spencer’s (Don Diamont) associate Emmy and Max, a marketing executive for Forrester Creations, respectively.

The Conversation and Soap Hub

Last November, The Talk and Soap Hub teamed up to bring fans the 2nd Annual Soap Hub Awards, where your favorite actors and actresses from each of the four soaps received awards. Soap Hub congratulates The Talk, the show’s hosts, producers and the entire company on their renewal for another season!

The Talk is produced by Heather Gray and Kristin Matthews and airs daily on CBS at 2 p.m. ET and 1 p.m. PT. The Bold and the Beautiful (BB) airs weekdays on CBS. Check your local listings for airtime. For more on what’s going on in Los Angeles, check out all the latest B&B spoiler posts, and for an in-depth look at the show’s history, click here.

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Queer Eye’s Karamo Gets His Own Daytime Talk Show https://daytimeemmys.tv/queer-eyes-karamo-gets-his-own-daytime-talk-show/ Wed, 13 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/queer-eyes-karamo-gets-his-own-daytime-talk-show/ Karamo is directed from weird eye per day ! The Emmy-nominated host crosses a dream off his bucket list with the announcement of his brand new talk show, Karamo, which will be released this fall. Announced April 13 by Tracie Wilson—Executive Vice President of NBCUniversal Syndication Studios and E! News—the one-hour daily syndicated series has […]]]>

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The Emmy-nominated host crosses a dream off his bucket list with the announcement of his brand new talk show, Karamo, which will be released this fall. Announced April 13 by Tracie Wilson—Executive Vice President of NBCUniversal Syndication Studios and E! News—the one-hour daily syndicated series has been sold to 90% of local US stations.

“Growing up hosting a daytime talk show seemed unrealistic and unattainable, but it was my dream,” Karamo said in a statement. “I used to run home from school as a kid to look at icons like this Exit, donahue and Maury.”

In front of a live studio audience, Brown and her guests will dive into a variety of topics, “including infidelity, race, parenthood and complex family dynamics,” according to the show‘s description. But, Brown says her biggest goal is “to help and connect with people from all walks of life.”

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“As a first-generation immigrant black gay man, the opportunities for my goals seemed impossible, so I want to thank everyone involved for believing in me and trusting me to explore all the ups and downs. the lows of life and celebrate with their audience,” Karamo says. “We’re all on this journey together, so let’s start talking and growing.”

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Karamo is the next generation of compelling relationship-based conversations, with a truly special host and we are very excited to bring this show to our partner stations across the country, Wilson said of the upcoming series. “Karamo is a true fan of the genre who will bring that passion, along with his unique skills and life experiences to guide his guests through life’s dramatic crossroads and establish a lasting connection with daytime audiences.”

The author, actor, activist and producer recently hosted Maury several times in addition to his six seasons of Netflix co-hosting weird eye.

NBCUniversal Syndication Studios and Stamford Media Center Productions, the production teams behind daily hits like Maury, Judge Jerry, The Jerry Springer Show and The Steve Wilkos Show— are set to produce and distribute the series.

(E! and NBCUniversal Studios are both part of the NBCUniversal family)

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After Nick Cannon, Wendy Williams and more, another daytime talk show has been canceled https://daytimeemmys.tv/after-nick-cannon-wendy-williams-and-more-another-daytime-talk-show-has-been-canceled/ Tue, 12 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/after-nick-cannon-wendy-williams-and-more-another-daytime-talk-show-has-been-canceled/ The entire daytime talk show climate seems to be in upheaval mode, as long-running staples including The Ellen Degeneres show, the Wendy Williams show and Maury all end in 2022, as well as Nick Cannonwhat was canceled after one season. You can now add one more name to this list, because The truth will also […]]]>

The entire daytime talk show climate seems to be in upheaval mode, as long-running staples including The Ellen Degeneres show, the Wendy Williams show and Maury all end in 2022, as well as Nick Cannonwhat was canceled after one season. You can now add one more name to this list, because The truth will also end its run after eight seasons.

Warner Bros. decided to end The truth – which featured a format similar to View which targeted a younger audience – after Fox refused to pick up the show for a ninth season, Variety reported. It is stated that the decision to pull the plug apparently had nothing to do with the upcoming launch of The Jennifer Hudson Show. Co-host Loni Love posted about her being canceled instagram page, ultimately blaming the pandemic for the show’s fate:

In the end, the Real cast and crew did everything in their power to bring the show down. . It’s been a great ride and thank you to the studio for enabling 8 seasons of show that have been Emmy award winning and historic. Most importantly, thank you viewers for riding with us.. it’s not goodbye but see you soon!

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‘The Real’ Canceled: Season 8 Finale – Daytime Talk Show Ending https://daytimeemmys.tv/the-real-canceled-season-8-finale-daytime-talk-show-ending/ Fri, 08 Apr 2022 17:44:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/the-real-canceled-season-8-finale-daytime-talk-show-ending/ After eight years of syndication, The truthtime is up. The daytime talk show has been canceledaccording to our sister site Deadline. The show’s current eighth season will be its last. A final release date is not yet known. When The truth premiered in 2013, its panel of co-hosts included Tamera Mowry, Jeannie Mai, Tamar Braxton, […]]]>

After eight years of syndication, The truthtime is up. The daytime talk show has been canceledaccording to our sister site Deadline.

The show’s current eighth season will be its last. A final release date is not yet known.

When The truth premiered in 2013, its panel of co-hosts included Tamera Mowry, Jeannie Mai, Tamar Braxton, Adrienne Bailon and Loni Love. Since then, Braxton and Mowry have parted ways with the show, as has co-host Amanda Seales. Garcelle Beauvais is also currently a co-host.

Created by SallyAnn Salsano, The truth stands out from other daytime talk shows because its hosts “mirror local audiences and speak unabashedly what women really think,” according to the show’s official description. “Their unique perspectives come to life through their candid conversations on topics ranging from their personal lives and the news of the day to beauty, fashion and relationships.”

Additionally, the hosts were chosen because they “were all going through varying life experiences, including new motherhood, new marriages, dating, or singlehood, which relate to each woman’s own trials and tribulations.” Unlike other talk shows, each of the four hosts is admittedly a “work in progress” and fearlessly invites local audiences into their lives. Their fresh perspectives, youthful energy and passion are going to shake up the traditional talk show.

During its eight-season run, The truth won three Daytime Emmy Awards.

Will you miss inviting the ladies of The truth in your living room or wherever you look at it? Drop a comment with your thoughts on its premature cancellation below.

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This daytime talk show is ending after 31 seasons https://daytimeemmys.tv/this-daytime-talk-show-is-ending-after-31-seasons/ Mon, 21 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/this-daytime-talk-show-is-ending-after-31-seasons/ One of the kings of daytime TV (and arguably the titan of trash TV) says goodbye. And if you can’t guess who it is, here’s a hint: some people will have to go back to good old-fashioned paternity tests to find out who the baby’s daddy really is. Yes, folks, we have finally reached the […]]]>

One of the kings of daytime TV (and arguably the titan of trash TV) says goodbye. And if you can’t guess who it is, here’s a hint: some people will have to go back to good old-fashioned paternity tests to find out who the baby’s daddy really is.

Yes, folks, we have finally reached the end of this race for Maury Povich. This Sunday (March 20), news broke that Maury (originally called The Maury Povich Show) will be leaving the airwaves in September. Today’s show (via Yahoo! News) has confirmed reports that Maury’s 31st season will be its last, ending a series that began in 1991. And that ending is apparently extremely friendly, unlike some of the entries on our most popular list. major TV shows canceled.

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Another daytime talk show ends, is this the end of a daytime TV era? – The Broadcast https://daytimeemmys.tv/another-daytime-talk-show-ends-is-this-the-end-of-a-daytime-tv-era-the-broadcast/ Mon, 21 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/another-daytime-talk-show-ends-is-this-the-end-of-a-daytime-tv-era-the-broadcast/ Looks like some folks will have to go back to old-fashioned paternity testing to find out who the baby’s daddy really is since “Maury” (originally called “The Maury Povich Show”) has officially announced it’s coming to an end. After 30 years of talking about teen pregnancies and sexual infidelities – as well as revealing who […]]]>

Looks like some folks will have to go back to old-fashioned paternity testing to find out who the baby’s daddy really is since “Maury” (originally called “The Maury Povich Show”) has officially announced it’s coming to an end. After 30 years of talking about teen pregnancies and sexual infidelities – as well as revealing who is and who is do not the father – daytime talk show host Maury Povich has announced that his show will be leaving the airwaves in September, with the 31st season being the last.

An NBCUniversal executive told Deadline he was canceling Maury at the end of the 2021-22 season when Povich planned to retire at the age of 83. “Maury and I decided two years ago that this season would be the show’s farewell season, and although his retirement will be bittersweet, we are so happy he can spend more time on the pitch. golf,” said Tracie Wilson, executive vice president of NBCUniversal Syndication Studios. Deadline. “Maury is a television icon, a pop culture legend and we couldn’t be prouder to have been a part of his incredible career.”

The long-running syndicated program first launched in 1991 and shortened its name to “Maury” seven years later. Over the course of its history, the show has done episodes and various individual segments on many different issues before becoming famous for its paternity test segments at a time when tabloid-style talk shows reigned supreme (from other examples include Jerry Springer and Sally Jesse Rafael).

The basic format would follow the mom discussing the baby and talking about who she believed to be the child’s father. Viewers would then hear from the alleged father – who would most often claim the child was not his. Thanks to the DNA test results and Povich’s help in breaking the news in the most dramatic way possible, audiences never knew what to expect.

Maury became known for saying a version of “When it comes to (baby name), you (are/are not) the father”, as guests on the shows reacted wildly, usually cheered on by the crowd .

New episodes of “Maury” will run through September, and the show will air reruns after that.

The disruption of daytime programming

The cancellation of “Maury” comes as several networks appear to be shaking up their daytime programming. In fact, it’s a time of massive upheaval right now in the daytime talk show game, as major changes have taken place in the industry recently with new faces emerging to fill the hosting slots vacated by some of the biggest names in the format. Along with Povich, Ellen DeGeneres, Wendy Williams, Jerry Springer, and Nick Cannon are all stepping away from their shows for various reasons.

Fox pulled its daytime series “The Nick Cannon Show” from the air after one season. Meanwhile, Jerry Springer’s “Judge Jerry” is definitely ending in September. “The Wendy Williams Show” is also ending and “The Good Dish” was also recently canceled.

We’ve also known for a while that “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” is ending with its finale airing on May 26. She’s dating a huge guest list that includes Adam Levine, Behati Prinsloo, Channing Tatum, David Letterman, Diane Keaton, First Lady Michelle Obama, Gwen Stefani, Jennifer Garner, Kim Kardashian, Serena Williams, Zac Efron, and DeGeneres’ wife , Portia de Rossi.

The series ends amid controversy over accusations of a toxic workplace culture. However, Degeneres argues that the cancellation is just for her and she needs a new challenge. Additionally, on January 18, 2022, NBC canceled Ellen’s competition series “Ellen’s Game of Games” after her ratings dropped too low in 2021.

Other predictions of future cancellations include CBS’ “The Doctors,” hosted by Dr. Andrew Ordon, and Warner Bros.’ “The Real,” hosted by Garcelle Beauvais, Adrienne Houghton, Loni Love and Jeannie Mai Jenkins. “The Doctors” has been stuck at a 0.2 rating in households for a year, while “The Real” is at 0.4.

How will networks fill the void?

Now that the field is wide open, how will TV stations fill the void? With all the upheavals of the day, it’s a bit difficult to know who might emerge as new stars. Degeneres was a force for many years and Williams was also a big player in space, but recent health issues forced her to pull out of her program. However, Williams is already talking about a return to television.

The picture becomes clearer for the 2022-23 syndicated TV season, as Sherri Shepherd will be the new host of a show called “Sherri,” taking over Williams’ old timeslot. Additionally, Shepherd will continue to host “Dish Nation,” which will air on Fox stations and others in syndication.

Fox also announced that “The Jennifer Hudson Show” will be coming soon as well. “As the syndication business continues to undergo dramatic change, we need strong players to reinvigorate talk shows and Jennifer Hudson is just that,” said Frank Cicha, executive vice president, programming, Fox Television Stations, in a statement.

New daytime talk shows joining the fray will enter a space currently led by megastars Drew Barrymore and Kelly Clarkson, who have launched their own talkers in recent years.

For example, season 3‘s return is CBS Media Ventures’ “The Drew Barrymore Show,” averaging 0.6 in households. Next year, the show will be split into two half-hours. CBS-owned stations will link Drew with local news in major markets and air the second half hour on its duopoly stations.

Another new series that will likely hit the scene is from NBCUniversal and will be hosted by Karamo Brown, one of Netflix’s “Queer Eye” hosts. Brown — who guest-starred NBCU’s “Maury” — is set to begin streaming on The CW affiliates and other stations this fall. NBCU has been trying to change its lineup of conflict makers for years and hopes Karamo Brown will freshen up the genre and appeal to younger viewers. Although NBCUniversal has yet to make an official pickup announcement, the show is expected to continue with Maury EP Paul Faulhaber as producer.

Soap operas aren’t doing very well either. As longtime viewers know, soap operas have been filling networks’ daytime schedules for decades. Today, only four of them remain – “The Bold and the Beautiful” (CBS), “Days of Our Lives” (NBC), “General Hospital” (ABC) and “The Young and the Restless” (CBS ). Their ratings are a fraction of what they were even just a few years ago.

It’s unclear who will survive and which shows will deliver the biggest daytime audiences. Should we all face the fact that daytime television is over? Or is there still hope?

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Controversial daytime talk show canceled after 31 years https://daytimeemmys.tv/controversial-daytime-talk-show-canceled-after-31-years/ Sun, 20 Mar 2022 18:56:00 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/controversial-daytime-talk-show-canceled-after-31-years/ After 31 years in production, Maury Povich’s time in television is coming to an end. Povich’s iconic, controversial, and sometimes downright bizarre talk show has been canceled. According to TVLine, the show will cease production in the spring, continuing to air repeats in syndication for the time being. According to TV Line, The Maury Povich […]]]>

After 31 years in production, Maury Povich’s time in television is coming to an end. Povich’s iconic, controversial, and sometimes downright bizarre talk show has been canceled. According to TVLine, the show will cease production in the spring, continuing to air repeats in syndication for the time being.

According to TV Line, The Maury Povich Show began in 1991 after Povich quit his role on A Current Affair in 1990. The show later shortened its name to Maury in 1997 and jumped under the control of NBCUniversal. The show’s last renewal was for 2021-2022, well after its 3,000th episode in 2016.

Maury’s ending is the latest addition to an already changing daytime landscape, with several departures and additions in the past year alone. Not only will we see the end of Ellen and The Wendy Williams Show, but we will also see the addition of a Jennifer Hudson talk show alongside other stars and musicians like Drew Barrymore and Kelly Clarkson. Talk shows also saw plenty of drama, with the exit of Sharon Osbourne on The Talk and a cavalcade of daytime misadventures on The View,

Povich’s show was cut more from the fabric of contemporaries like Phil Donahue, Sally Jessy Raphael, Jerry Springer and Morton Downey. While he didn’t venture too deep into controversy like Downey or Springer, Povich’s show was highlighted by versions of the same and a focus on paternity tests, polygraphs and teenagers in difficulty.

The show’s paternity tests and wild, over-the-top reactions from guests would have fans glued to their TVs. They’ve also become memorable moments with the rise of the internet, helping the show endure long after contestants have gone off the air.

Most recently, Povich teamed up with Lil Nas X for a fun commercial for Montero ahead of its release. At 83, Povich has found a way to extend his career and happiness into the 21st century. Not a bad race.

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‘Maury’ is leaving the realm of daytime talk shows after 30 years https://daytimeemmys.tv/maury-is-leaving-the-realm-of-daytime-talk-shows-after-30-years/ Sun, 20 Mar 2022 17:09:48 +0000 https://daytimeemmys.tv/maury-is-leaving-the-realm-of-daytime-talk-shows-after-30-years/ Over thirty years is a good race, but it’s still the end of an era: According to Deadline, Maury, the syndicated daytime talk show hosted by Maury Povich, is coming to an end. At the end of the current season, that will be it for the often trashy program, which has long tackled burning issues […]]]>

Over thirty years is a good race, but it’s still the end of an era: According to Deadline, Maury, the syndicated daytime talk show hosted by Maury Povich, is coming to an end. At the end of the current season, that will be it for the often trashy program, which has long tackled burning issues in often sinister ways. It’s unclear if it’s been canceled or if Povich has simply decided to retire, but that’s what he will do when he’s no longer having to dominate one of TV’s craziest shows. .

Formerly the tabloid news show host A topical matterPovich moved on to his own show in 1991. During his early years he was called The Maury Povich Show. In 1998 the title was shortened to simply Maury. In its three decades, a lot has happened. He unearthed a double medical oddity. He got into feuds with David Letterman. He planted his flag on Father’s Day, trying to become a staple of Father’s Day.

Maury isn’t the only recent victim of the day. It’s been a bloodbath, with the removal of NBCUniversal Judge JerrySony doing the same for The good dish and Nick Cannon. The Wendy Williams Show will be transformed into Sherri, hosted by Sherri Shepherd, but that’s because Williams had to step down from her long-running show due to health issues. Anyway, farewell, Mr. Povich. The scene you helped change wouldn’t be the same without you.

(Via Deadline)

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