A daytime talk show with Nick Cannon is back.
The syndicated band, titled Nick canon, is slated to debut in fall 2021. Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury will distribute the show, with Fox Television Stations serving as the main affiliate group. Cannon’s show was originally slated to launch in the fall of 2020, but was postponed following anti-Semitic remarks made by Cannon about its The gun class podcast last summer.
“We, along with our many other strong broadcast partners, are excited to be able to bring Nick’s unique, light and entertaining style to daytime audiences starting this fall,” said Debmar-Mercury Co-Chairs Ira Bernstein and Death Marcus. A declaration.
Cannon added, “It has been a long-standing dream for me to host my own daytime talk show and that I can do it in New York City, bringing daytime television back to the place that has fostered generations of talents, is very special to me. With this show we will unite all aspects of entertainment in a unique way to the very place where much of what we know today as our culture began. I couldn’t ask for better partners than Debmar-Mercury and Fox and I thank them for supporting me in this endeavor.
During a June episode of The gun class, the Masked singer the host and Richard Griffin, aka Professor Griff, discussed anti-Semitic conspiracy theories; at one point Cannon declared black people to be “the real Hebrews”.
“It is never hate speech. You cannot be anti-Semitic when we are the Semitic people, when we are the same people they want to be, ”he said. “It’s our birthright. We are the true Hebrews.
ViacomCBS, with whom Cannon had a long working relationship, cut ties with him after the podcast (he later applied for full ownership of his Wild ‘n’ Out series, which airs on MTV and VH1). Cannon apologized for his comments, saying he was “ashamed” and would strive to educate himself and “strengthen the bond between our two cultures today and every day in the future.”
Fox backed him up, saying he would remain the host of The Masked Singer. Lionsgate and Debmar-Mercury also backed Cannon, delaying but not canceling the daytime talk show.
“We believe his public comments do not reflect his true feelings and his apology is sincere and sincere,” Lionsgate and Debmar-Mercury said in July. “We want to continue the healing process as he meets with leaders of the Jewish community and engages in dialogue with our channel partners to hear their views. We support Nick in the hope that by the fall of 2021, he can use his extraordinary talent and platform to entertain, enlighten and unite his audiences on the Nick canon talk show. “
Cannon will produce the syndicated series with longtime manager Michael Goldman and showrunners Katy Murphy Davis (Oprah Winfrey’s show, Red Table Talk) and Matt Strauss (Sight, Dr Oz).