‘Kathy’ Griffin Late-Night Talk Show Canceled
Comedian/actress Kathy Griffin will end the two-year run of her self-titled Bravo talk show. Her weekly show Kathy has not been renewed for a third season. Griffin announced the news during a standup gig in Cincinnati. It has since been confirmed with the someone close to the production. Griffin will likely show up on TV again. The 52-year-old, who won two Emmys for her other Bravo reality series Kathy Griffin: My Life On The D List, is rumored to be working on a pilot for CNN with news anchor Anderson Cooper. The Kathy show last made headlines on VIBE after the actress revealed she would be having rappers ASAP Rocky and Danny Brown on as guests. The guest spot followed a hilarious Noisey interview where the two described her as someone they’d like to bang. The two then played grope dice with Griffin on-air. Kathy was eventually moved out of its primetime slot at 10PM on Thursdays to 11:30PM this past February. The show was said to average 417,167 viewers, but only 231,583 viewers in the 18-49 demographics.