Trisha Goddard: Daytime Talk Show Canceled
The daytime talk show “Trisha” has been canceled after two seasons.
Hosted by British-bred talk show host Trisha Goddard, the show premiered in syndication on September 17, 2012.
“Trisha” was taped in Stamford, Conn. and was a light version of “The Jerry Springer Show.”
The series was produced by NBCUniversal and averaged about 762,000 viewers a day. It was the second lowest syndicated talk show during the 2013-2014 season.
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“Trisha is a great talent and we recognize and are grateful for all of the hard work that Trisha and the production staff have put in to the show for the past two seasons,” NBCUniversal said in a statement.
Lindsay Lohan’s father Michael Lohan took a DNA on “Trisha” to determine he was the father of 17-year-old Ashley Horn.
While the show focused on everyday people, other celebrities like Maury Povich, Erica Mena (“Love & Hip Hop New York”), psychics Thomas John and Jeffrey Wands appeared on the show.
No word on if the 56-year-old TV host will remain in the U.S. or return to London where her television career began. She recently guest hosted the popular British talk show, “Loose Women.”
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