It’s official — Steve Harvey’s daytime talk show is finally ending. As The National ENQUIRER previously reported, the TV personality is on his way out after involving himself in a number of scandals, including a sexual harassment lawsuit, at the network as well as Kelly Clarkson getting her own talk show to air this fall.
“It’s done for good,” another source told Radar.
Andy Tillett, Radar Online reporter also previously revealed in the podcast “All Rise,” “He’s been axed because the show’s been underperforming and, to be honest with you, his guests are pretty poor. The caliber of guests that you would expect on a talk show, leading into something big like Ellen, would be… A-list people — actors, musicians and the like — and he’ been getting people in from reality shows and very niche… groups to be his main focus in the show.”
In January, Steve revealed that NBCUniversal dropped his talk show, but he was hoping it would get picked up by another network.
A source even revealed to Radar that he once hoped he could take over The Wendy Williams Show. “Steve is all about one thing — winning,” he said.
Things are not looking good for Steve…