The Rachael Ray Show Will End After 17 Years
04.03.2023 - 23:13
, is planning some big changes for her career. On March 4, she announced that her daily chat program, The Rachael Ray Show, is coming to an end. The New York-based production, syndicated via CBS Media Ventures (though airing on ABC in most of the major markets, which is confusing!), has been a sunny midday respite featuring celebs, the host’s good cheer, some breezy humor, and for 17 years. new production company, Free Food Studios, plans to focus more specifically on “in the kitchen content.” Play to your strengths, Rachel!In a statement released to , Ray said, “in my more than 20 plus years in television, I have had 17 wonderful seasons working in daytime television.” She continued, “I’ve made the decision that it’s time for me to move on to the next exciting chapter in my broadcast career.”“I am truly excited to be able to introduce and develop new and upcoming epicurean talent on all platforms,” she added.
“That is why I am looking forward to putting all my energies into my recently announced production arm.” In 2019, she revived her series 30 Minute Meals, which originally aired from 2001 until 2012 on Food Network, for a 30-episode run.Her daily syndicated chat show kicked off in 2006 and has won three Daytime Emmy Awards off of 18 nominations. While this reporter will not falsely represent being an appointment viewer, it is fair to say that coming across the program in a waiting room is typically more welcome than most of the louder, more histrionic shows frequently seen during that time period. Upon reflection, we stan. Seventeen years is a long time, and the upstate New York native secured no shortage of great guests over the years.
The website celebfans.org is an aggregator of news from open sources. The source is indicated at the beginning and at the end of the announcement. You can send a complaint
on the news if you find it unreliable.