Wendy Williams Show OR

Wendy Williams Show OR

Wendy Williams Show


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Wendy Williams

The Wendy Williams Show entered into national syndication on broadcast stations and on BET on July 13, 2009 before being cancelled from the network (along with The Real) on September 15, 2017. It then moved to the rebranded BET Her at the start of the 2017–18 season for one additional season until it was cancelled again in the late summer 2018. In the 2018–19 season, the last-day episodes previously aired on Pop for the first only season and was cancelled for the third and final time. Also, the show now airs on Bounce TV and BET's rival TV One and its most recent airing. PREVIOUSLY, Nov. 15: The Wendy Williams Show has announced more guests hosts that will take the show through Wednesday, November 24. Thanksgiving week kicks off on Monday, November 22 with co-hosts Devyn Simone (MTV’s The Challenge: Aftermath), author/media personality Bevy Smith, Variety chief correspondent Elizabeth Wagmeister and comedian/actor Michael Yo. They’ll be followed by hip-hop stars Fat Joe and Remy Ma on Tuesday, November 23, and Wednesday, November 24, respectively, according to the show.

"Due to the growing number of new COVID-19 cases and to ensure a safe return for our crew members and staff, 'The Wendy Williams Show' will now return with new live episodes on Monday, January 10, rather than Monday, January 3, as previously scheduled."

Season 13 was scheduled to begin on September 20, then was suddenly pushed back to October 4. In an Instagram statement, it was announced that Williams had tested positive for a “breakthrough case” of Covid-19. This came as a surprise to many of her fans, since she had previously been outspoken about not wanting to get vaccinated. (Even the controversial Dr. Oz tried to convince her to get the shot.) Then, the premiere got pushed back again to October 18, but by October 12, her team released another statement announcing that Williams would not be returning, as she remains under daily medical supervision. The Wendy Williams Show did not respond to multiple requests for comment. (Source: www.vox.com)



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