Another piece of the syndicated talk show puzzle has fallen into place heading into NATPE, with the Fox TV Stations opting not to pick up the talk show hosted by Kris Jenner for next season but leaving the door open for 2015. Kris, produced by sibling Twentieth Television, had a six-week trial run on several key Fox stations this past summer.
Reports of her talk show being “canceled” are false, a 20th Television representative says. “It’s too early to make a decision,” the rep continued. Representatives of the show took to Twitter, as well, to deny a report at Radar Online Wednesday citing sources that said that low ratings during its six-week test run left the show dead in the water.
Kanye West’s appearance and photo of his new daughter shot up ratings for the Twentieth Television talk show’s summer tryout on six Fox O&Os.
The summer tests of the two syndie talkers show The Real up in households and the women 18-49 and 25-54 demos from the first week and year-ago time period averages, while Kris is lower.
The two syndicated shows getting tryouts on some Fox O&Os both generated women 25-54 demo increases from their lead-ins year-ago timeslot averages.
The two syndicated shows getting tryouts on some Fox O&Os both generated a 1.1 rating/3 share in households for their debuts Monday and posted time-slot gains in the female demos.
The new Twentieth Television talk show will feature guest co-hosts next week that include Antonio Sabato Jr., Mario Lopez, Terry Crews and her daughter Khloe Kardashian-Odom.
Kris, a new daily, one-hour entertainment talk show hosted by television personality, entrepreneur, author, and mother of six, Kris Jenner, begins a six-week preview on July 15, on Fox O&Os in markets that include New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Minneapolis and Phoenix. The program, produced by Twentieth Television, will feature celebrity guests, fashion and beauty trends plus a mix of lifestyle topics.
Robert Lifton named executive producer of the new talk show from Twentieth Television that will premiere on July 15.
Twentieth Television will preview a new talker hosted by the television personality, executive producer, entrepreneur, author and mother of six on Fox-owned stations this summer.