The Ellen DeGeneres Show has been canceled by HBO Max after just one season. The show, which was a reboot of the popular daytime talk show, was not well-received by viewers and was often criticized for its lack of originality.
HBO Max has decided to cancel the show after just one season, and it is unclear whether they will be looking to replace it with another talk show. This is a surprising move, considering the show was one of the most-anticipated launches on the new streaming service.
It is not clear what led to the cancellation of the show, but the poor reception from viewers likely played a role. The Ellen DeGeneres Show will not be missed by many, and it is clear that HBO Max is not afraid to cancel shows that are not performing well.
If there’s any evidence that Ellen DeGeneres isn’t as strong as she used to be, she can’t even escape HBO Max’s cancellation campaign. , the deadline was reported on Wednesday.
The show features a seven-year-old girl named Elaine, voiced by Laurel Emory. However, the show has since been canceled indefinitely, with a final announcement coming in August.
Little Ellen was ordered in 2019. The first 10 episodes of the show will be released in September 2021. The show’s second season was released in March 2022. Voice her cast included Joanna Colon as Ellen’s cousin Becky and Jacoby Swain as her friend Freckles. Oscar-nominated Jon Squibb provided the voice of Ellen’s grandmother.
In September 2019, DeGeneres and her HBO Max announced that they would be producing shows for their streaming service. The first show announced was called Little Ellen. It was based on DeGeneres’ childhood. The next advertised offer was Ellen’s Home Her Design Her Challenge. It was a reality show where she competed to design DeGeneres’ home. The show aired in April and May 2021. The next show announced was First Dates Hotel. It was a reality show where people had dates in hotels. The show was so similar to a British show called First Dates that already existed that it was never aired. Finally, DeGeneres began work on her series of documentaries about Albert Einstein called Finding Einstein, which never aired.
Since the merger with Warner Bros. Discovery was completed in April, CEO David Zaslav has made some surprising decisions. One of his most surprising decisions was when he canceled a completed project like Little Ellen.
Warner Bros. Discovery management may use the “purchase accounting” move because the company has changed hands and strategy from its previous owners, sources told Deadline.
This opportunity is available until mid-August. Companies can use this to reduce their losses. His CEO of the company, David Zaslav, has rejected an earlier decision by another director that he would release the film on HBO Max on the same day it hits theaters. There are also reports of HBO Max layoffs. It’s not clear what the future holds for streaming services.
Warner Bros. said. Statement Tuesday. “Leslie Grace is an incredibly talented actress and this decision does not reflect her achievements. We hope to work with you again in the future.” Warner Bros. Discovery has not commented on the cancellation of Little Elaine.