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‘Nick Cannon’ Syndicated Talk Show Canceled After One Season

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Nick Cannon’s eponymous syndicated daytime talk show is coming to an end after one season. The show’s producer-distributor, Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury, is expected to tell the crew that the two episodes filming today will be the talker’s last ones.I hear the original plan had been for the show to go on a five-week hiatus while Nick Cannon is busy filming Fox’s The Masked Singer and VH1’s Wild “N Out, with the crew getting a week of pay during the break.

Nick Cannon will instead permanently shut down production, with the crew getting severance.The show won’t get off the air right away; there is enough episodes in the can to take it through the season, sources said.The anchor group for the New York-based weekday talker is the Fox Television Stations.

The cancellations this week of Nick Cannon and Sony Pictures TV’s The Good Dish, which replaced the long-running The Dr. Oz Show in January, open two slots on the Fox Stations for next season.

The station group recently picked up a Jennifer Hudson talk show for next season; it has not been assigned time periods yet.On the Fox Stations, Debmar-Mercury next season will have Sherri, hosted by Sherri Shepherd.

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