Morey’s daytime talk show is coming to a close after more than 30 seasons, after it was canceled by NBCUniversal.
The syndicated show, which 83-year-old Maury Povich, began hosting in 1991 and is due to wrap up production of the original episodes on the air this fall, broadcast + cable He was the first to reach the Sabbath.
New episodes of the talk show known as Revealing Paternity, will be on the air until September.
The latest: The popular talk show Morey, featuring 83-year-old Morey Povich, is coming to a close after more than 30 seasons.
The replays will remain on the joint show, in an order similar to that of The Jerry Springer Show, according to the outlet. The original episodes of Springer ended in 2018 and have continued to air seasons ever since.
Mori’s last renewal came in 2020, as the show extended until the 2021-2022 TV season, the people reported, citing a press release from NBCUniversal.
Maury first began broadcasting as The Maury Povich Show in 1991 when it was produced by Paramount Local Television, according to Delivery time.
The show’s name was later condensed to Maury in 1998, when Studio USA (later acquired by NBCUniversal) began producing the show.
Mori first began broadcasting as The Maury Povich Show in 1991 when it was produced by Paramount Domestic Television
Povich and his wife, celebrity news anchor Connie Chung, 75, were captured in Texas in 2019
Povich best known for his paternity reveals, “You’re not the father!”
The popular series reached its 3,000th episode in May 2016, according to TV line.
Povich in 2012 chatting with Chicago Tribune About the ongoing popularity of the program.
“They touch on a lot of classic themes, whether it’s love, mistrust, conflict, or drama,” said Povich, who was initially a radio reporter from Washington, D.C., before hosting the tabloid A Current Affair from 1986-1990. The paternity show in particular, he said, she said, is he the father, isn’t he. While TV series show these topics over a six-month period, we show them over a 12-minute period.
He said in the interview: ‘I want to do the show as long as it’s doing well and I feel fine. But I don’t want to do that when I’m old [the late] Regis [Philbin]. I won’t last long.
Queer star I Karamo Brown, who was a guest star on Morey, is set to host a self-titled talk show produced by NBC Universal and broadcast on CW affiliates and other stations beginning this fall, with Morey serving executive producer Paul Faulhaber. I mentioned the same capacity for Brown, Broadcast + Cable.
Other shows that have been canceled in recent months include Judge Jerry (after three seasons); The Nick Cannon Show and The Good Dish, all after one season; It was introduced by Wendy Williams after 12 seasons. Sherry Shepherd, who was a guest star during Williams’ absence, is set to host a show in the time slot of the fall television season.
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