The Talk canceled: What to know about its final season

Why was ‘The Talk’ cancelled?

The popular daytime talk show, The Talk, is gearing up for its final season after a successful 14-year run on CBS. The Emmy Award-winning series is set to conclude in December 2024, marking the end of an era for the show that has provided audiences with timely, important, and entertaining topics and discussions.

Since its debut in 2010, The Talk has been a key program on CBS’ daytime line-up, bringing a refreshing and award-winning format to living rooms around the globe. The show has featured a rotating panel of hosts over the years, with the current line-up including Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, Sheryl Underwood, Jerry O’Connell, and Natalie Morales.

In a statement, CBS executives expressed their gratitude to the hosts, executive producer, crew, former show hosts, and viewers who have contributed to the success of the show. The network plans to celebrate The Talk and give it the proper sendoff it deserves as it wraps up its final season.

Despite its long run, The Talk has reportedly been the lowest-rated show on CBS’ daytime programming block, ranking behind popular shows like The Young and The Restless, The Bold and The Beautiful, The Price is Right, and Let’s Make A Deal. In terms of competing shows, The Talk falls behind The View and Live! With Kelly and Mark in the ratings.

As the show prepares for its final season, fans can expect to see all five co-hosts from the previous season return for one last round of discussions and interviews. Led by Sheryl Underwood, Natalie Morales, Akbar Gbajabiamila, Amanda Kloots, and Jerry O’Connell, The Talk’s final season is sure to be a memorable one as it bids farewell to its dedicated audience.