Debmar-Mercury Renews ‘Sherri’ For Season 3

The talker is cleared in 95% of the U.S. on stations from groups including Fox Television Stations, Nexstar, Sinclair, Hearst, Gray and Scripps.

Lionsgate’s Debmar-Mercury today announced the renewal of Sherri, hosted by actress, comedian and Daytime Emmy-winning co-host of The View Sherri Shepherd, for a third season in more than 95% of the U.S. Joining Fox Television Stations, which earlier provided a two-year renewal through the 2024-25 season, in bringing back the nationally syndicated daytime weekday talk show this September are many other leading broadcast groups, including Nexstar, Sinclair, Hearst, Gray and Scripps.

The renewals come with I ranking second this season among all syndicated talkers in the key daytime demo of women 25-54, up from third-place in its freshman season.

It has also received awards recognition, including four Daytime Emmy nominations (Outstanding Daytime Talk Series Host among them); five NAACP Image Awards, with a recent win for Outstanding Host in a Talk or News/Information (Series or Special) – Individual or Ensemble; and in 2023 one for Outstanding Talk Series. Shepherd also earned a People’s Choice Award nod.

“I’m so excited to continue bringing joy, laughter and inspiration to our viewers,” Shepherd said. “I don’t take it for granted that people welcome me into their homes daily and that’s why I greet them with, ‘Hey Family!’ Thank you to Debmar Mercury, the Fox Television Stations and all of the broadcast partners who continue to support and trust in my vision of bringing fun and comedy to daytime. And as we enter season three, continue to expect the unexpected!”

Debmar-Mercury Co-Presidents Ira Bernstein and Mort Marcus said: “We thank our great station partners for continuing to make Sherri  the centerpiece of their daytime lineups. These renewals are a tremendous tribute to Sherri and the show’s outstanding production team, who after less than two full seasons have made this show into a popular daytime staple with viewers, stations and advertisers.”

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