‘Steve Wilkos Show’ Renewed For 16th Season
NBCUniversal Syndication Studios has renewed its talk show The Steve Wilkos Show for its 16th season in national syndication.
The Steve Wilkos Show is known for tackling issues such as family and criminal justice, true crime and relationship conflicts. The show is hosted by Steve Wilkos, a former Chicago police officer and U.S. Marine.
NBCUniversal Syndication Studios has also sold its catalog of daytime talk shows, Maury, hosted by Maury Povich, and The Jerry Springer Show, hosted by Jerry Springer, into national syndication, “ensuring that this iconic block of shows will live on for the foreseeable future,” the syndicator said.
Tracie Wilson, executive vice president, NBCUniversal Syndication Studios & E! News, said: “The Steve Wilkos Show is one of the best success stories in first-run syndication and I am so proud of Steve and his entire team who puts their incredible passion for storytelling into making a show that resonates with viewers. We’re also thrilled that our legendary shows, Maury and The Jerry Springer Show, will be a part of Syndication Studio’s daytime lineup for years to come.”
The Steve Wilkos Show, in its 15th season in national broadcast syndication, is averaging 900,000 daily viewers for the 2021-22 season. According to NBCUniversal Syndication Studios, “The Steve Wilkos Show delivers a large percentage of its audience from the friendly adults 25-54 demographic, while delivering one of the highest concentrations among all the syndicated talk shows.”