The Wendy Williams talk show is reportedly in trouble again. There has been a couple of reports
saying that her show is on the verge of being canceled and staff members are allegedly looking
for new jobs.
The employees of the talk show were last seen letting loose at Jay-Z‘s 40/40 Club in Manhattan,
where they had celebrated the end of season 10. They all partied with skepticism about whether
it will be any more seasons after season 11.
“They are all well aware that all they have is Season 11 left, that’s guaranteed, but until
[Production Company] Debmar-Mercury announces that they are renewing additional seasons
beyond the next season, some staff have begun searching for jobs”, said a Page Six source. There
has been one goodbye already, and that is longtime producer Talia Parkinson-Jones. Talia will be
the co-executive producer of Tamron Hall’s upcoming daytime gabfest on ABC.
Could this be a possible sign that The Wendy Williams show is slowly moving to and end?
Current co-executive producer Suzanne Bass made a post on Instagram to show appreciation of
the show longevity and to acknowledge the hardships the show went through in the past season.
“Saying Goodbye to Season 10. [My husband] B and I love our girl Wendy. It’s been a year of
ups and downs but no matter what we’ve had her back,” “Ten years deep. B and I have each
other and together we have her. Here’s to Season 11!” Bass captioned with a series of photos
from a taping.
A spokesperson for the show denied all the rumors in a statement to Page Six, “Wendy and her
staff are closer than ever. Last night was a great celebration to wrap up the show’s 10th season
and everyone is excited to come back for the 11th season on September 16.”
Wendy and her show has been through so much in season 10 from her illness, divorce, her son
being locked up and so much more. There are still not final reports on whether the show will
continue after season 11.