Steve Harvey's Daytime Talk Show Canceled To Make Room For Kelly Clarkson
Steve Harvey's daytime talk show Steve has been canceled just eight months after NBCUniversal decided to give his time slot to Kelly Clarkson for her upcoming talk show. Scroll through for details!
Steve, 62, confirmed to Variety in January 2019 that NBC had dropped his show, but he was optimistic that another network would pick it up. Sadly, that's not what happened.
“It’s done for good. It’s not coming back, ever," a source told RadarOnline.com. Show staff wrapped up production on the Los Angeles set this week, and threw a wrap party in Beverly Hills on Thursday, May 9.
The TV personality held out hope that he could swoop in and take over for Wendy Williams if she didn't return after her stint at a sober living house, but she managed to do so.
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Steve is now "exploring his options" in the digital and cable space, Page Six reported.
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