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What Sherri Shepherd Learned From Wendy Williams Ahead of Show Takeover

Watch: Sherri Shepherd Dishes on New Daytime Talk Show. It's Sherri Shepherd's time to shine. However, that doesn't mean she's not taking a few cues from the great daytime television hosts that came before her—namely, Wendy Williams. The talk show legend's eponymous series ended its 13-year run in June, although Wendy herself, citing health issues, stepped back from her usual hosting duties in Oct. 2021.
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After Ellen DeGeneres, Wendy Williams And More Leave Daytime TV, Sherri Shepherd Talks Filling The ‘Void’ With Her Upcoming Show

Daytime TV viewers are seeing a huge shift in the landscape after a number of longtime talk shows came to an end this year. Ellen DeGeneres, for one, wrapped her show after 19 seasons, and The Wendy Williams Show was canceled after 13 seasons when its namesake host was unable to return for the final season amid health and financial struggles. To that end, Sherri Shepherd is stepping in with her own show, Sherri, and she sees a specific void in the daytime TV slate that she plans to fill.
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Sherri Shepherd Says She's Ready to Fill the Ellen DeGeneres-Sized 'Void' in Daytime TV

It's about to be Sherri Shepherd's time to shine. The former View co-anchor and Wendy Williams Show fill-in is gearing up for her own talk show, Sherri, which will hit the small screen this September. Shepherd, 55, who partnered with Ford at the Essence Festival of Culture in New Orleans to give away a brand new Mach-E mustang electric vehicle on Sunday, was happy to spread the word about her big new gig.
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Sherri Shepherd Ready To Take Over Daytime TV After 'Wendy Williams Show' Website's Removal

Sherri Shepherd is more than ready to take over daytime TV after the remnants of “The Wendy Williams Show” were seemingly wiped off the internet. Last weekend, the 55-year-old television personality partnered with Ford for the Essence Festival of Culture in New Orleans, Louisiana. During the event, she opened up about her upcoming daytime talk show in an interview with People.
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