It’s the end of the road for Vivica A. Fox’s talk show Face the Truth.
The nationally syndicated daytime series was just canceled after one season, Deadline reported Friday.
Fox led a panel that included attorney Areva Martin, psychologist Dr. Judy Ho, television personality and life coach Rosie Mercado, and Judge “Scary Mary” Chrzanowski. The group helped real people address conflicts and offered constructive feedback.
Face The Truth launched in fall 2018, and focused on subjects such as domestic abuse, cheaters and how to keep your sex life spicy.
The show is distributed by CBS Television Distribution, and produced by Jay McGraw’s Stage 29 Productions, which is also behind The Doctors and DailyMailTV. Both of those series were just renewed.
During the first half of February sweeps, the Vivica A. Fox-fronted series posted a 0.9 rating, according to broadcastingcable.com.
In comparison, Dr. Phil pulled in a 3.3, The Ellen DeGeneres Show averaged a 2.2. Maury had a 1.5 and The Wendy Williams Show logged a 1.2.
Jay McGraw, Carla Pennington, Patricia Ciano and Dr. Phil McGraw served as executive producers on Face The Truth.