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Friday, May 30, 2014

‘The Arsenio Hall Show’ Canceled After One Season

The Arsenio Hall Show” has stopped production, marking an abrupt end to the host’s efforts to restart his latenight franchise in syndication.
 CBS had said that the show would return for a second season, but the latenight strip was facing significant downgrades from stations and the Eye determined that the show would not be financially viable. The show was in reruns this week and will not resume production. The show’s last original seg was May 21.

CBS said in a statement: “Unfortunately, ‘The Arsenio Hall Show’ will not return for a second season; while there are many loyal fans of the show, the series did not grow its audience enough to continue. Arsenio is a tremendous talent and we’d like to thank him for all the hard work and energy he put into the show. We’d also like to thank Tribune and all our station group partners for their support of the show.”
Hall had sought to rekindle the success he had in the late 1980s and early ’90s with his syndie yakker. The revived show, a joint production of CBS and Tribune, started out with promise last September but could not maintain its early momentum and struggled with guest bookings. Original showrunner Neal Kendall was axed after one month into the show’s run and a permanent replacement was never set.
Hall and his manager/exec producer John Ferriter were in the process of recruiting a new showrunner team, new writers and making other changes for season two. But with station groups including the powerful Sinclair Broadcast Group threatening to downgrade the show’s time slot to well after midnight, CBS couldn’t justify the risk in spending money on a revamp.
Hall was away from Los Angeles Friday on a planned vacation and not available for comment. Ferriter emphasized that the host put all of his energies into delivering the best possible show. The struggle with bookings was perplexing to the “Arsenio Hall” team given that Hall’s ratings were often comparable to cable latenight shows such as TBS’ “Conan.”
“I’m really proud of our show, I’m proud of Arsenio and I’m proud that he got back on the air to do what he does so well,” Ferriter said. “My one regret was that we had many, many celebrities who told us they wanted to do the show but we couldn’t get their reps to book them.”
The return of Hall was part of an unprecedented shakeup in the latenight TV lineup during the past two years. At the time plans for Hall’s return were first announced in June 2012, ABC’s “Jimmy Kimmel Live” was still airing at midnight and Jay Leno was still firmly in control of “The Tonight Show.” Back in his heyday, Hall was a hip, urban-friendly alternative to Johnny Carson; this time around, he was one of many alternatives in latenight — though he was often competitive in the demo with other latenight shows.
“Arsenio Hall” staffers were floored by the news of the shutdown that was announced Friday afternoon at the show’s offices on the Sunset Bronson studio lot that is home to Tribune’s KTLA, which carried the show in L.A.
The news came as a shock because CBS and Tribune had previously committed to a second year of the show. Leno even made a special visit to the show to announce the season two pickup, his first TV appearance after exiting “The Tonight Show” in February.

NeNe Leakes Demands Raise From Bravo's 'Real Housewives Of Atlanta'

Since the conclusion of “Real Housewives of Atlanta” season 6 the rumor mill has been buzzing regarding the return of Porsha Williams and NeNe Leakes to the show for another season.
Earlier this month Leakes, the show’s breakout star, posted a cryptic tweet alluding to a possible departure, however recently she gave an update to Life and Style magazine as she revealed her demands for a raise from Bravo’s top rated series in addition to her displeasure over last season.
“All of us deserve a raise,” she declared to the weekly glossy. “I haven’t asked for more money yet, but I damn sure plan to!”
“Everybody has been invited back, but I don’t know exactly what I’m doing. This past season was very dark and toxic; there was a lot of negativity. I just don’t want to work with so much negativity.”
The 46-year-old’s latest salary request comes a year following her widely reported $1 million pay increase, which crowned the reality star as the “highest paid” Housewife, according to Radar Online. And while, Leakes has admitted that everyone has been invited back for the show’s 7th season, Williams has remained open to returning to the show despite reports of being fired.