Sony Pictures Television will not bring back rookie talk show, The Mel Robbins Show, for a second season, the company confirmed today. The show will stay in original production through this year as planned and then go off the air once the season concludes in early September.
Sony Pictures Television and Tribune Broadcasting have teamed for a syndicated daytime talk show hosted by Mel Robbins. The one-hour show is sold in over 31% of the country and is slated to debut in fall 2019.
Dr. Steve Perry, Mel Robbins, Angie Martinez (above), Jaime Pressly, Finesse Mitchell, Tamron Hall, Kelly Clarkson and RuPaul are among those who are said to be working on first-run syndication projects.