The end is near for Page Six TV.
The nationally syndicated series will wrap production after its current second season, Deadline reported Friday.
The half-hour daily talk show is modeled after the New York Post‘s “Page Six” gossip column, and features celebrity news and roundtable discussions.
The series premiered in September 2017, and currently runs nationwide in more than 200 markets.
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Television and radio personality Bevy Smith, Variety‘s Elizabeth Wagmeister and New York Post gossip reporter Carlos Greer currently serve as co-hosts.
The show was originally hosted by actor and comedian John Fugelsang, who left after the first season. After Fugelsang’s exit, the show’s three “insiders” were promoted to co-hosts.
“Page Six” editor Emily Smith and deputy editor Ian Mohr also provide updates and insights as well as exclusive “first-looks” into breaking stories, and the series brings on celebrities, comedians and newsmakers as special guests.
Page Six TV is produced by Endemol Shine North America, Twentieth Television and the New York Post.
The series is expected to remain in production through the summer.