Cable Channel Pulls Plug on Late-Night Talk Show USA Today, EW
A talk show built around a personality who has been a staple of the cable network Bravo has reportedly been canceled. USA Today reports that comedian Kathy Griffin confirmed the news that her late-night talk show "Kathy" was canceled by the channel.
Griffin tweeted about the development Saturday, the piece notes. She responded to a tweet by Perez Hilton about the show’s cancellation, writing: “Sad but tru. Appreciate your kind words, PH.”
The second season of "Kathy" debuted in January, although the series was booted from its prime-time 10 p.m. time period in February, notes EW.com's Inside TV.
Griffin has been a staple on Bravo with her six-season reality series "Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List," which debuted on the network in 2005, the story notes.
She is continuing her relationship with Bravo, USA Today reports, noting that Griffin is scheduled to tape a new comedy special next weekend for a summer debut.