Wendy Williams is headed back to daytime television.
The Wendy Williams Show’s production company, Debmar-Mercury, revealed via a statement Thursday that Williams will return to her purple chair on Monday, March 4.
“We so appreciate all of the guest hosts and panelists who filled in for Wendy during this time,” the announcement said. “These people are, and always will be, true family to the show. And we want to thank all of the loyal and supportive fans who have been with us for 10 years now. And of course, we thank our station and business partners, who stepped up in such a supportive way.”
As for the talk show host, she confirmed the news in her own message, stating: “Salute to Debmar-Mercury for believing from the start and thanks to my staff for tirelessly holding it down for me.”
Williams hasn’t hosted an episode of Wendy since December. The 54-year-old television personality initially took time off to deal with a fractured shoulder, and she postponed her return date two separate times in January.
Debmar-Mercury eventually announced Williams’ hiatus from the show on Jan. 18, while her family revealed she would undergo treatment for Graves disease.
“Wendy will be under the strict supervision of her physicians, and as part of her care, there will be significant time spent in the hospital,” part of the statement read.
In the host’s absence, Nick Cannon filled in on Monday, Feb. 4th, Tuesday, Feb. 5th and Wednesday, Feb. 6th. Other guest hosts included Jerry O’Connell and Sherri Shepherd.
Wendy will air repeats until Williams returns on March 4.