Monday, April 8, 2013

Comedian Kathy Griffin's talk show axed by Bravo

The former 'My Life on the D-List' star told an audience in Cincinnati that the network canceled her talk show, 'Kathy,' after two seasons. Griffin is currently working with CNN and pal Anderson Cooper on a new talk fest.
Kathy Griffin (second from right) pictured with (l-r) Eva Longoria, Josh Groban and Kristen Chenoweth during an episode of 'Kathy.'

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Kathy Griffin (second from right) pictured with (l-r) Eva Longoria, Josh Groban and Kristen Chenoweth during an episode of 'Kathy.'

The D-list is probably looking pretty good to Kathy Griffin right about now.
That’s because Bravo has dumped her from its list, period.
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Kathy Griffin said that her self-titled talk show got axed by the Bravo network.

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Kathy Griffin said that her self-titled talk show got axed by the Bravo network.

The wacko flame-haired comic told a crowd in Cincinnati that the network axed her talk show, “Kathy.” She made the announcement Friday night during a stand-up performance.
Griffin said Bravo officials broke the news to her Thursday.
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Kathy Griffin currently has a talk show in development at CNN with longtime pal Anderson Cooper, with whom she's co-hosted the network's New Year's Eve specials, and may be in contention to join 'The View.'

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Kathy Griffin currently has a talk show in development at CNN with longtime pal Anderson Cooper, with whom she's co-hosted the network's New Year's Eve specials, and may be in contention to join 'The View.'

The queen of irreverence’s yakfest had its second season debut in January, but it was pushed from its prime 10 p.m. time slot a month later because of low ratings.
Griffin and Bravo have been in business together since launching her Emmy-winning reality show, “Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List,” in 2005. That show was canceled after six seasons.
But Griffin won’t be listless for long. She currently has a talk show in development at CNN with longtime pal Anderson Cooper and has been mentioned as a replacement for Joy Behar on “The View.”

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