Page Six TV, a syndicated gossip/entertainment show will not return after its second season, according to The Hollywood Reporter. However, the show will continue to air throughout the summer.
Page Six TV hasn’t had it easy when it comes to TV ratings in its second season. The show has about 900,000 daily viewers ranking it seventh out of eight syndicated entertainment news shows. The show was an extension of New York Post’s Page Six gossip column and debuted in September 2017. Due to commitments made to the local station, the show will continue with production. The show comes from Twentieth Television, the Post and Endemol Shine North America. Shows like Access Hollywood, Extra, and TMZ are similar to Page Six in their reporting on celebrity news reporting. However, recently in syndication ratings data, Page Six averaged a 0.6 household rating, falling below all other news magazines.
Elizabeth Wagmeister, Carlos Greer and Bevy Smith served as hosts. Smith headlined in the moderator role on Bravo TV’s fashion talk show, Fashion Queens while Wagmeister has been seen on Today, Good Morning America, and more. Michael Bachmann, Kay O’Connell, and New York Post publisher and CEO Jesse Angelo and Endemol’s Michael Weinberg are all executive producers for Page Six. The series’ core station group were Fox owned-and-operated stations. Many more high-profile shows will be out on the market this Fall. This will include Tamron Hall and The Kelly Clarkson Show. Summer tryout show will be to Ru Paul and Jerry O’Connell.