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“We’re extremely proud of everyone involved with (‘FABLife’) and would like to thank them for all of their contributions and tireless efforts,” said Janice Marinelli, president of Disney/ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution.
“We are especially appreciative of our talented and dynamic co-hosts Chrissy Teigen, Joe Zee, Leah Ashley and Lauren Makk, and we would also like to extend a huge thanks to our station partners for all of their support.” See More: Tyra Banks Leaving Her Own Talk Show ‘FABLife’ to Focus on Cosmetics Line The cancellation does not came as a shock, as the show experienced a major shake-up when Banks announced she’d be leaving the show at the end of 2015.
The ABC O&O clearances will be a huge boost to “Right This Minute,” which at present does not air in such major markets as New York and Chicago.
In some of the ABC O&O markets, “Right This Minute” will move in the fall from incumbent stations including Fox’s KCOP-TV Los Angeles and indie WFMZ-TV Philadelphia.
While the syndicated show will not return for second season, original episodes will continue to be produced and air for the remainder of the current season.
Meanwhile, the 10 ABC-owned stations that had carried “FABLife” have picked up the viral video clip series “Right This Minute” staring in the fall, while Disney/ABC Home Entertainment and Television Distribution has taken over distribution of “Right This Minute” from MGM Television.
Exactly two months after Tyra Banks announced her departure from “FABLife,” the daytime talk show has been cancelled after just one season.
The news was announced by Disney/ABC late Tuesday evening.
The show began six years ago as a local venture produced by a consortium of station groups: Cox Media, Raycom Media and E. The show had grown to 87% national clearance rate during the past four seasons.
For the 2016-17 season, “Right This Minute” is renewed in at least 60% of the country, through the combination of the ABC O&O clearances and those of it partner station groups.
The show ranked as the lowest-rated of the 15 daytime syndicated talk shows this past fall, averaging just 934,000 viewers, according to Nielsen.
Meanwhile, “Right This Minute” continues to be the rare little-show-that-could success story in first-run syndication. It was picked up by MGM Television for national syndication in 2013.