The Jeff Probst Show‘s torch has been extinguished.
CBS TV Distribution announced Wednesday that they would not be bringing back the Survivor host’s daytime talker for a second season.
“We believe Jeff is an incredible talent, and that he and his dedicated producing team delivered quality episodes throughout the season,” the studio said in a statement. “Unfortunately, the audience isn’t there to support a second year.”
For his part, Probst admitted to being “super bummed” about the cancellation, yet “extremely proud” of his short-lived series.
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• Looks like Dixie will be Tad-less in Pine Valley for a while. In an interview with Soap Opera Digest, Michael E. Knight spoke out for the first time about All My Children‘s upcoming Hulu/iTunes revival, saying that he won’t be involved in the relaunch at the time of its debut. “With me, personally, it was simply an issue of timing, period,” he explained. “I consider [AMC executive producer] Ginger Smith to be, actually, one of my oldest and dearest friends, in that industry and in life. And I had asked her for patience with me because as I like to put it, I didn’t say no, I just said, ‘I can’t do it right now.’ I love the fact that the interest is there and I firmly believe Tad is going to be walking through Pine Valley in short order at some point.”
• TBS’ Cougar Town this Tuesday night drew a season-high audience of 2.4 million total viewers, rising 16 percent week-to-week. In the 18-49 demo, the comedy rose 7 percent.
• E! has pulled the plug on Whitney Cummings’ weekly talk show Love You, Mean It after a little over two months on air, per BuzzFeed.
• NBC has trimmed down the episode order of its summer series Camp from 13 to 10, Deadline reports. From Deception‘s Liz Heldens and Gail Berman, the dramedy follows in the footsteps cult hits Meatballs and Dazed & Confused.
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