Plans for a late-night show that has been in the works since last year have been scrapped, but the personality who was on tap to host it is getting a daytime show.
The New York Post’s Page Six reports that Nick Cannon’s unnamed late-night show, announced in late 2018, is not happening.
“Cannon’s manager confirmed the news to us on the heels of Debmar-Mercury’s announcement that in 2020 Cannon, who previously filled in for Wendy Williams during her hiatus earlier this year, will be getting his own syndicated daytime show,” The Post reports. “The late-night show, in partnership with Fox, was terminated because the new daytime one became a priority, we’re told.”
Details about the new daytime show, such as its title and potential time slot, were not revealed.
Cannon also appears on Fox’s “The Masked Singer.”