Loni Love says no official decision has been made about The Real Earlier this week, there were reports about “The Real” being cancelled. The news came at a tough time, as Wendy Williams and Nick Cannon’s talk shows have also been cancelled.
Loni Love has shut down reports saying “The Real” is getting canceled.
Rumor has it that the syndicated daytime talk show will end after its current 8th season. Love has revealed that “No official decision has been made.”
“It’s been a busy few days but I got a call from the studio,” she wrote on Twitter Sunday. “No official decision has been made about #TheReal …I will be OK but please give grace to the 150 crew members this may affect… we will finish Season 8 and wait for official word.”
Check out her post below.
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Love co-hosts “The Real” with Adrienne Houghton, Jeannie Mai Jenkins, and Garcelle Beauvais. The show, which launched in 2013, has recently been struggling in the ratings, according to Urban Hollywood 411.
By the way, Love is scheduled to appear on “Watch What Happens Live” tonight, Tuesday, Mar. 15. Andy Cohen and fans will surely ask Love for comment on the future of “The Real.” Producers of the show have not addressed any rumors about the show’s future as of now.
Reports about the potential cancellation of “The Real” comes following news of Nick Cannon’s showing getting the ax.
Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury pulled the plug on Nick Cannon’s daytime talk show on March 10, six months after the Season 1 premiere. NBCUniversal has also canceled Jerry Springer’s show “Judge Jerry” after 3 seasons. As previously reported, Sherri Shepherd’s new talk show titled “Sherri” will replace Wendy Williams in the fall.
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