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Daytime talk show "Strahan, Sara and Keke" won't return from coronavirus hiatus, multiple sources confirmed to Page Six.

"'Strahan, Sara and Keke' is put on hiatus and it doesn't look like it's going to come off," a source told Page Six.

ABC News took the talk show off the air in March and replaced it with
"Pandemic: What you Need to Know," a daily coronavirus report by Amy Robach, Dr. Jen Ashton and TJ Holmes.

"It was initially supposed to be a 2-week experiment and the show did really well," a spokesperson told Page Six.

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Keke Palmer joined the show a year ago after she impressed ABC execs following her appearance on "Strahan and Sara," starring co-hosts Michael Strahan and Sara Haines.

Strahan and Haines won't be on the unemployment line. Strahan still hosts "GMA."

"Everyone is still getting paid. There's space for everyone. They're actively in contact... They're figuring out what the future will look like," a source said.

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Atlanta-based TV talk show Sister Circle has been cancelled after three seasons. The production company, Tegna, announced the cancellation in a press release, according to the AJC.com's Radio & TV Talk.

The talk show will air its final episode on April 24. The company explained that "while there are many loyal fans of the show, the show has not grown its audience enough to continue."

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Sister Circle was helmed by TV and radio personality Rashan Ali. Ali got her start working alongside Atlanta radio legend Ryan Cameron (who recently underwent emergency open heart surgery and is recovering in an ICU).

In a text message to Radio & TV Talk's Rodney Ho, Ali said: "it was a privilege to have this opportunity. I am so proud of the show and want to thank my co-hosts, our production team and our 'Sister Circle' family for making an indelible impact in media."

She added: "Right now, however, my thoughts and prayers are with Ryan Cameron who played an integral role in my career."

Other hosts included Syleena Johnson, 'Married to Medicine' cast member Quad Webb and comedienne Kiana Dancie who was replaced by reality star Trina Braxton ('Braxton Family Values') in the 2nd season.

Sister Circle got off to a rocky start in 2017 when the panel included woman-hating blogger Funky Dineva. The TV ratings picked up slightly after Dineva was let go in 2018.

CNN contributor April Ryan expressed her disappointment in a tweet early Monday.

"I'm disappointed to learn that @TEGNA has canceled @SisterCircleTV! This show offered a unique point of view from four Black hosts @RashanAli @Syleena_Johnson @AbsolutelyQuad & @TrinaBraxton! Someone else pick up this show! https://t.co/md3aFAh369 #SisterCircle #SaveSisterCircle."

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It seems RuPaul is having no luck beyond his popular RuPaul's Drag Race show. Netflix just canceled RuPaul's 'AJ and the Queen' series, which was aimed at introducing children to the drag culture.

RuPaul announced the cancelation on Twitter.com on Friday. "End of the road for 'AJ and The Queen' @Netflix has decided to not extend our road trip across America. Thank you for all the love & support. We're so very proud of the work," he tweeted alongside a promotional image from the show.

AJ and the Queen starred RuPaul as drag queen Ruby Red who travels around the country in an RV with 11-year-old tomboy orphan AJ (played by actress Izzy Gaspersz).

RuPaul, real name RuPaul Andre Charles, created the show along with writer Michael Patrick King. Sadly, it didn’t click with audiences who are wary about the LGB and T communities targeting children.

The ten-episode series premiere in January to little fanfare and raised eyebrows.

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Popular courtroom TV show Judge Judy is set to end after 25 seasons. Judge Judy Sheindlin has presided over the courtroom reality series since 1996, overseeing civil cases with maximum damages of $5,000.

Speaking during an appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show that aired on Monday, the star confirmed the Daytime Emmy award-winning show had been canceled, and will end after its 2020-2021 season.

Judy hinted that CBS thought she was too old to continue paying $47 million a year.

"CBS (which syndicates the show) sort of felt, I think, they wanted to optimally utilize the repeats of my program," said the retired 77-year-old judge. "Now they have 25 years of my reruns. What they decided to do is sell a couple of years' worth of reruns."

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But Judy, who is married to Judge Jerry Sheindlin, isn't ready for the retirement home just yet. She announced she has a new show in the works, Judy Justice, which "will be coming out a year later".

"Judge Judy, you'll be able to see next year — a full year, all new shows. The following couple of years, you should be able to get all the reruns that CBS has sold on the stations currently carrying Judge Judy, and Judy Justice will be going elsewhere," she confirmed, adding, "Isn't that fun?"

Wendy Williams has shut down rumors that she is reuniting with her cheating estranged husband, Kevin Hunter. This week rumors swirled that Wendy was in the process of rehiring Hunter as her manager to help save her spiraling career after she canceled upcoming dates on her tour.

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