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Nick Cannon’s Talk Show Cancelled after Nearly 6 Months on Air

Welp, that’s a wrap for Nick Cannon!

News just broke that after nearly 6 months on air, Nick Cannon’s talk show has been cancelled.

In December, Nick Cannon and Alyssa Scott lost their 5-month-old son Zen after finding out he had brain cancer. Zen was Nick’s 7th child.

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And now, Nick Cannon is expecting his 8th child (a boy) with model Brie Tiesi.

After learning of this news, Nick Cannon says his therapist recommended he become celibate after having four kids in a year and that’s a GREAT idea if you ask me.

All of which, he shared on his talk show with his fans and live audience.

But now, all of that is coming to an end…

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Sources say, that staff that work for the show have yet to be informed (they probably have been now).

However, sources also say, many of them were already looking for new jobs because the show seemed to be struggling.

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Although there was talk that Nick would replace Wendy Williams if her health continued to decline, that talk fizzled out with the ratings of his own show.

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Apparently, Nick Cannon’s show only picked up about 400,000 viewers, making it the lowest-rated talk show at the time, according to Celebrity 411. YIKES!

And sources tell Page Six that ratings for the show “show no signs of growth.”

So, there you have it. Nick Cannon’s show has been cancelled.