He’s been a life-insurance salesman, a stand-up comedian, a game-show host and a TV “judge.” He’s not done yet.
The comedian and Celebrity Family Feud host will star in Judge Steve Harvey, a primetime court show set to air on the broadcast network next year.
At least 40 people have been let go from AXS TV following Mark Cuban’s sale of his majority stake in the cable network and the channel HDNet Movies to Steve Harvey and Anthem Sports & Entertainment on Monday, three individuals close to the situation say. The company’s Dallas staff is almost completely terminated, while the Denver and Los Angeles offices are also hit hard.
Mark Cuban has sold a majority stake in HDNet, parent of U.S. TV networks AXS TV and HDNet Movies, to Canadian-based Anthem Sports & Entertainment and entertainer Steve Harvey.
The Emmy winner will take over NBC’s kids’ talent showcase from Steve Harvey when it returns in early 2020.
The Steve Harvey money machine just keeps on rolling along. The latest enterprise by the ubiquitous TV and radio host is Steve Harvey Deals, a website offering discounts on products and services.
TV personality Steve Harvey will host the NFL Honors show on Feb. 2, when The Associated Press hands out its individual league awards. The two-hour prime-time show airing on CBS […]
Steve Harvey, TV personality and multi-hyphenate entertainer/entrepreneur, admitted that he was surprised when NBC announced that a new show hosted by Kelly Clarkson would take over his timeslot on its owned-and-operated stations.
Steve Harvey is used to seeing nasty and frequently false info about him on the gossip sites and supermarket mags. But he isn’t the type to stay silent for long. He also addresses the fact 11 NBC affiliates plan to drop Steve for the 2019-20 season in favor of a new Kelly Clarkson talk show. But he doesn’t sound angry. And then there’s that new gray beard.
Steve Harvey and his talk show producers are being accused of tarting up a hardworking single mom, who also happens to be a fitness model … according to a lawsuit. The “Steve Harvey” episode aired in April 2016, and the woman, Dominique Collier, says she showed up for the taping in a conservative outfit -— a long-sleeved blouse and pencil skirt — but producers put her in a halter top and form-fitting skirt … according to the suit.
Steve is getting second year to prove itself now that distributor NBCUniversal Domestic TV has renewed the show for 2018-19 on stations covering 90% of U.S. TV households, including the NBC O&O group.
NEW YORK (AP) — Move over ABC, CNN and all the other networks planning to ring in the New Year. This year Steve Harvey will be hosting his own brand […]
Steve Harvey has already been a King of Comedy. Now he’s attempting to rule everything else. The title of TV’s most in-demand host has passed from Ryan Seacrest to the 60-year old comic, who currently hosts four network shows, mugs weekdays on a syndicated version of Family Feud and wakes up listeners most mornings on his long-running radio show. He’s just getting started. On Tuesday the comic will launch a revamp of his daytime talker, Steve, which has moved from Chicago to Los Angeles to allow more celebrities to stop by and pay their respects to the king. And he’s turning his version of Showtime at the Apollo into a series next year.
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) — Steve Harvey says he learned two things after catching heat for a leaked memo. In an email to his staff for “The Steve Harvey Show,” […]
Family Feud host Harvey has been slapped with a $60 million lawsuit by his ex-wife Mary, who alleges that Harvey engaged in “prolonged torture with the infliction of severe mental pain and suffering by acknowledging three years into the relationship that he was still married to his first wife.”
NEW YORK (AP) — Steve Harvey wants to be alone. So don’t be knocking on his dressing room door. That’s just one of several pointed warnings to Harvey’s staff emailed […]
Others included General Hospital, honored as best daytime drama, with top acting awards going to Scott Clifton for The Bold and the Beautiful and Gina Tognoni for The Young and the Restless.
Daytime veteran Shane Farley has been tapped to serve as executive producer of comedian Steve Harvey’s new daytime talk show. The new show, Steve, will premiere Sept. 5. Set to air on NBC-owned stations and other leading station groups, the new talker has been picked up in 95% of the U.S.
Technically, the current incarnation of the Steve Harvey show will end its five-season run in 2017, after which Harvey will then launch a new talker next September. The most significant changes are the show’s principal producer, to be IMG, and location, moving from Chicago to Los Angeles. Sources confirm that the new show will be owned principally by Harvey himself.
Tamar Braxton has a deal for a new talk show just days after exiting as a co-host of “The Real.” Comedian and talk show host Steve Harvey announced during an […]
Steve Harvey is the host of four hit TV shows right now — Little Big Shots on NBC, Celebrity Family Feud on ABC (last summer’s biggest new series in total viewers and adults 18-49), the syndicated Family Feud and his syndicated daytime talk show, Steve Harvey — with a fifth, an ABC business-reality series tentatively titled Dream Funder, ordered for midseason — in addition to a daily morning radio show. How’s he do it? A combination of relatability and humor.
The new show brings together sets of rival entrepreneurs who competitively pitch their ideas head to head in front of a studio audience. The audience will then vote on which entrepreneur will receive funding for their idea.
Although recent kudos have been given to primetime television for its recent inclusion of minorities, FremantleMedia North America says it has made an effort to recruit minority personalities in daytime programming for quite some time. The production company has received praise for its diverse programming with a 2016 NAACP Image Award, which acknowledges its very own Steve Harvey in the host category for Family Feud.
He’s on a syndication roll, garnering all-time highs for both his eponymous talk show and the game he hosts, Family Feud.
Steve Harvey is expanding his relationship with Endemol Shine North America, the studio behind his nationally syndicated daytime talk show. Harvey has signed an overall production deal with Endemol Shine for his East 112th Street Prods. This marks the first studio deal for year-old 112th Street Prods., which is staffing up with the hire of Family Feud and Steve Harvey exec producer Gerald Washington as president and Donna-Marie Reid as director of development.
Steve Harvey will also host this Sunday’s network version that will feature celebrities like Black-ish star Anthony Anderson, singer Toni Braxton and their families compete for money that they’ll donate to charity.
Steve Harvey’s having a pretty good year. His daytime talk show, which kicks off its third season today, has thrived in an era in which similar ventures crash and burn. He won two Daytime Emmy awards, one for his talk show and another as Outstanding Game Show Host for the syndicated Family Feud, which he’s largely credited with saving. Plus, there are movies, a radio show and another book. He talks about what’s left to conquer in the entertainment world and what he’s learned from the cutthroat daytime talk show world.
Edward Swindler, head of NBCUniversal Domestic Television Distribution is going into the fall with syndication’s brightest new offering, The Meredith Vieira Show. He talks about that as well as Steve Harvey, the fate of such shows as Trisha Goddard and opportunities for fall 2015 that include Katie’s soon-to-be vacated time slots on the ABC O&Os.