A lot is being debated about the daytime talk show “The Real” amid announcements indicating that the program has been discontinued.
With eight victorious seasons under its belt, the syndicated American talk show Adrienne Bailon, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai, and Garcelle Beauvais fill slots.
IS THE REAL GETTING CANCELLED?
Sadly, sources said that “The Real” is getting discontinued after eight profitable seasons.
Insiders reportedly told the journal that the show will be “ending soon”.Nonetheless, the same explanation behind the revocation hasn’t been revealed.
The prominent show was established by SallyAnn Salsano in 2013. The project boasts over 1000 episodes and has also obtained numerous Emmy selections.
The Real‘s producers are yet to verify the stature of the show.
HITC has reached out to The Real for a statement about the prospects of the talk show. While some are sad that it will be taken off for reasonable, a few others are not too stunned.
One tweeted: “Oh no how sad! Wtf the Real is the only decent one during this terrible bunch of a daytime talk show year”
Oh no how sad! Wtf the Real the only good one during this horrible mess of a daytime talk show year— C-Los (@cvf007) March 11, 2022
“Wow, That is awful. The Real Daytime Talkshow is vacating the air,” another said expanding to the above tweet.
Wow That is sad 😥 The Real Daytime Talk show is leaving the air sad.— BluePearl (@3DC2415) March 10, 2022
One viewer with an unwilling conclusion wrote: “The Real receiving discontinued isn’t an impact to me. Nobody attends to talk shows anyore”
the real getting canceled isnt a shock to me. nobody watches talk show anymore🥴😂— 𝙨𝙩𝙚𝙣𝙨𝙤𝙣. (@stenadryl) March 10, 2022
The revocation of The Real came after comedian Sherri Shepherd was declared open as the alternate for Wendy Williams. Williams has been losing in action from her outstanding purple chair where she generally pours out hot issues since the end of the previous season.
NICK CANNON’S SHOW GETS AXED TOO
Nick Cannon’s talk show, the one labeled after him, is getting discontinued after the first season.
The sources said that faculty were informed about the cancellation of the show on Thursday, March 10, 2022, before the five-week break.
In an announcement, co-presidents of Debmar-Mercury, the series’ Lionsgate-owned producer-distributor, Marcus and Ira Bernstein verified the information.
They said: “It’s never easy to suspend an output with clear capacity but, after a tremendous contract of consideration and evaluating numerous choices, we have made the impossible business judgment to end production on Nick Cannon.”