RuPaul’s Talk Show Won’t Be Moving Ahead on Fox TV

RuPaul honored with a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Los Angeles, Mar 2018. Photo by Tony DiMaio/SilverHub/REX/Shutterstock (9468911l)

RuPaul won’t be moving ahead with Fox Television Studios.

The syndicated talk show ran for three weeks over the summer and it featured the RuPaul’s Drag Race host interviewing celebrities. It was among four other strips that were given a limited run on Fox TV stations. Jerry O starring Jerry O’Connell, Breakthrough with Dr. Steve Perry, and Central Ave, were the others shows tested by Fox. Breakthrough was also canceled and there haven’t been any decisions on Jerry O or Central Ave.

Throughout recent years, the station has tested several shows and those that were picked up include 25 Words or Less, hosted by Meredith Viera, The Wendy Williams Show, and The Real.

News of the cancellation comes after Fox Television committed to a new daytime talk show next fall starring Nick Cannon, which will air twice daily on Fox-owned affiliates.