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Talk Show ‘Maury’ To End After Three Decades

MAURY -- Season: 2021 -- Pictured: "Maury" logo -- (Photo by: NBCUniversal TV Distribution)
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Daytime talk show host Maury Povich plans to retire following the conclusion of the current season of his popular tabloid drama-driven talk show Maury. Gaining a reputation for topics especially DNA tests revealing the father of children and lie detector tests.

This is the latest in daytime television cancelations from NBCUniversal as reported via Deadline. Which also includes Jerry Springer’s courtroom show ‘Judge Jerry’.

The Maury Povich Show was launched in 1991 by Paramount Domestic Television. It shortened its name to Maury in the mid-1990s. In 1998, Studio USA took over the program. The company was subsequently acquired by NBCUniversal.

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