The Jerry Springer Show, which ushered in an era of “trash TV” talk shows, is ending production after 27 years, according to reports.
A station group did not renew the show in April. It was quickly picked up by another network but only for repeat episodes, according to The Hollywood Reporter. That deal is for multiple years and included the option to air new episodes, but for now, production has ended after nearly 4,000 episodes, according to Broadcasting & Cable.
Pre-produced and repeat episodes will air this fall.
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