TV Guide’s recent article “The Truth About Why Maury Povich Show Was Cancelled” stirred up quite a few heated debates online. With so many speculations on what could have caused the show’s cancellation, one thing is for sure – the series ran its course. The article cites both ratings and programming decisions as to the primary reasons for the show’s termination but fails to mention another somewhat unlikely culprit: work-life balance. There has been a lot of talk about the cancellation of Maury Povich’s show on NBC. Stay tuned to our website TheGossipsWorld.com for more latest updates!!!
Maury Povich Show Cancelled Details
The show has been running for more than three decades but NBC decided to shut it down because ratings have been declining for a long time now. The network claimed that the decision was not related to any of the recent controversies or scandals that have surrounded the show. But many people believe that the cancellation had something to do with Povich’s refusal to work with any of the new parents on his show. This American television show became famous after its first edition. From 1989 to 2017, it was on air reaching new audiences each day. The target audience of the show was adults and senior citizens all over the world.
Why was Maury Povich Show Cancelled?
In this article, we are going to discuss some details about the Povich Show and why NBC took some bad decisions that led to canceling it after 30 years on the air. A few days back a story came out in which NBC revealed the reason for the cancellation of the Maury Povich Show. NBC has been known for airing all the shocking stuff on their channel. If you have seen the show, then you would be aware that the host of this show Maury Povich used to do lots of crazy stuff with people who appeared on his show. With the cancellation of Maury Povich Show, we will all miss these crazy stunts he used to do on-air.
Who Is Maury Povich?
A statement released by NBC revealed, “The statement further said that, ‘We are no longer in production as it was announced earlier today and are exploring our options”. Maury Povich began hosting his own daytime talk show in 1991. Maury Povich Show also became the last to still have its original title for ten years until Tyra Banks Show debuted in 2005. It then quickly became the top 10 daytime talk shows, influencing many future talk shows. Since the mid-1990s, The Maury Povich Show hosted guests from various backgrounds and ethnicities. This made NBC create a new show called Jerry Springer Show (1991).