‘Nick Cannon’ cancelled: Daytime talk show not returning for season 2

It’s one and it’s over for Nick Cannon.

Cannon’s eponymous daytime talk show was canceled after a poorly rated season. According to our sister pub Varietystaffers were notified of the decision on Thursday, ahead of a previously scheduled five-week production hiatus so Cannon could fulfill his duties on Fox’s The Masked Singer and the VH1s Wild ‘N Out.

Although production halted immediately, enough episodes were banked for the series to last through May.

“It’s never easy to cancel a production with obvious potential, but after long deliberations and consideration of various options, we have made the difficult business decision to end production as soon as possible. Nick Cannonsaid Mort Marcus and Ira Bernstein, co-presidents of chat show producer/distributor Debmar-Mercury, in a statement. “We plan to bring viewers original episodes of the daytime talk show for the remainder of this season. Our thanks go to the very talented Nick Cannon and our wonderful production team, and we wish Nick continued success with his many successful businesses.

Nick Cannon is the third major daytime removal this week, following cancellations of other syndicated offerings Judge Jerry (after three seasons) and Dr. Oz Show spin off The good dish (after one season).

In addition to Nick Canon, Judge Jerry and The good dishit was previously reported that both The Ellen DeGeneres Show and The Wendy Williams Show come to an end. Fall 2022 will see the launch of two new syndicated gabfests starring To see former Sherri Shepherd and Oscar winner Jennifer Hudson.

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