Steve Harvey Reps Says His Daytime Talk Show Has Not Been Cancelled
Reps for Steve Harvey have come out against reports that his daytime talk show has been cancelled.
According to BET, reps for the show reached out to them after several media outlets including The Hollywood Reporter reported that Harvey's show was being cancelled and replaced by a talk show featuring Kelly Clarkson. The rep went on to say that Harvey's show will remain on the air and added the following:
Nothing has changed about the current season of "STEVE" and Clarkson will only be replacing his slot as a lead-in to "The Ellen Degeneres Show" in SOME markets. STEVE, the nationally syndicated one-hour daytime show, airs on stations owned by Cox Media Group, Capitol, E.W. Scripps, Gray, Hearst, Meredith Corp., Mission, NBCU Television, Nexstar, Quincy, Raycom, Sinclair, Tegna and Tribune. - Rep for Steve Harvey via BET.COM
We followed up on this information after receiving phone calls here at MyKiss1031 about where his show is airing locally. STEVE was airing at 9:00 AM on KXXV 25 but has now moved to KWKT Fox 44 and will air Monday through Friday from 2:00 PM until 3:00 PM.