Rumors are moving The Ellen DeGeneres Show can finish after 16 years on TV. Ellen DeGeneres responded with rumors. Find out what he should say in advance.
Is Ellen DeGeneres Show & # 39; ending? Why some think it should be
Rumors about ending graduation begin popping up when it goes to the public DeGeneres contract for talk show is up to 2020. A few years ago, the talk show host was considered leaving the show before her contract change.
DeGeneres's wife, Portia de Rossi, spoke about what opportunities DeGeneres wanted when he stopped his talk show. She said her husband could do other things. DeGeneres may return to his stand-up comedy career or take a deeper dive into his acting career. Before a screening of his special comedy of Netflix, Relatable on May 8, 2019, DeGeneres spoke at Last Time about his talk show. He said he feels "torn" and joked "I do not know what I'm doing."
She added that her husband wanted more time to relax and enjoy life, her sister Vance DeGeneres, wanting to continue her talk show.
"He really feels it's a really precious time for television, to show goodness and a voice that you can not hear and see a lot," he said at the deadline. "I love doing the show and I also love doing other things," she added.
DeGeneres showed the fate of his talk show
Today, DeGeneres informed his fans if his talk show had a future. He said in a video that shows the show has been renewed for three years, according to CNN.
Making this show a ride on my life, "wrote DeGeneres.
In the video, he said," Once in a relationship, you need to rest. "But I'm not. You've been stuck with me, because I just signed it for three years."
She talked to her live video audience on the video saying, "I have experienced a hard time, I lost my career in a moment. This show is my second time. And it turns out, it also helped other people. "
Why DeGeneres decided to continue his talk show
DeGeneres explained in the video why he had decided to sign a contract for three more years. The letters were sent to DeGeneres by fans whose life was changed by his show. He said he had made people laugh and sometimes helped them get chemotherapy.
"That's why I'm going to be doing this show," DeGeneres says in the video. "For people like you."
Today, DeGeneres has completed more than 1,000 episodes of his talk show. For the next three years, expect to see the DeGeneres on your afternoon TV line-up filled with jokes and dancing that show her unforgettable and affecting so many people.