NBC Pulls Plug on ‘Access Hollywood’ Spinoff ‘All Access’

ACCESS HOLLYWOOD -- Season: 24 -- Pictured: (l-r) Sibley Scoles, Scott Evans, Kit Hoover, Mario Lopez -- (Photo by: Danny Ventrella/NBC)

NBCUniversal’s Access Hollywood spinoff All Access will be ending this summer.

According to a Thursday report from Variety, the final episodes will air in June.

The 30-minute daily strip is hosted by Mario Lopez, Kit Hoover, and Scott Evans, with correspondent Sibley Scoles.

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All Access began airing in 2019. It “digs deeper into the national headlines to uncover the extraordinary real-life drama occurring in everyday places and exploring compelling true crime and uplifting human interest stories” as described on its website.

The show currently airs in New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Hartford, Conn. at 7:30 p.m. It is broadcast after flagship program Access Hollywood.

Lopez, Hoover, and Evans are also the hosts on Access Hollywood with Scoles serving as a correspondent.

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Access Hollywood, Access Daily and Access Weekend are all coming back next season.

Maureen FitzPatrick is the executive producer for all of the Access shows along with Stewart Bailey and Mike Marson. Cara Petry and Sharon Spaeth are supervising producers and Claudia Eaton acts as senior producer.