The Real| Fox channel talk show

The Real, a long-running syndicated discussion show, has been canceled after eight seasons, according to EW.

Fans are disappointed to find that the discussion show, which is a Warner Bros. unscripted Television/Telepictures program, will be canceled.

With The Ellen DeGeneres Show, The Wendy Williams Show, The Nick Cannon Show, Dr. Oz, The Good Dish, Judge Jerry, Maury, The Doctors, and DailyMailTV all announcing season finales, the Fox channel talk show’s cancellation is just the latest in a long line of syndicated daytime talk show cancellations.

Why was the Real canceled?

According to insiders, Warner Bros. canceled the daytime talk show when Fox Stations decided not to extend it for a ninth season, resulting in the show being canceled after eight seasons.

Warner Bros. representatives declined to comment on the cancellation, but Loni Love, the show’s co-host, acknowledged the reason for the cancellation.

On Instagram, Love speculated that COVID-19-related production costs “killed” the show. The show was canceled because of production costs, according to her message.

She expressed herself as follows:


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