According to Variety, Steve's syndicated daytime talk show "Steve" will be coming to an end in June. It was long rumored that the move was coming after NBC brought in pop star Kelly Clarkson to do her own talk show putting Steve at odds with the network.

When the five-year deal with Endemol ended in 2016, Harvey accepted a deal from IMG that gave him a much larger ownership stake in the show, a higher salary and more creative control, and relocated production to Los Angeles. NBCUniversal executives were furious at losing their stake in Harvey’s show after the transition to IMG, even though it remained the distributor of “Steve.”  - Variety

“Steve” taped its final episode on Thursday. Originals will air through June and the show will remain on the air in reruns through September.

That's not all, Steve will also no longer host the kid talent show "Little Big Shots" on NBC next season. He will be replaced by actress Melissa McCarthy. But Steve won't disappear from TV completely, he will continue on as the host of "Family Feud" and will stay on as the host of various TV specials including the "Miss Universe Pageant" and  Fox’s “New Year’s Eve with Steve Harvey: Live From Times Square."

Luckily for you, you can listen to Steve and his crew every morning on The Steve Harvey Morning Show!

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