The daytime series will air its last episode in January.
December 13, 2021
It was announced today that The Dr. Oz Show is coming to an end after 13 seasons. A solid daytime performer, the talk show will be concluding its lengthy run earlier than expected due to host Dr. Mehmet Oz running for a Pennsylvania senate seat.
On the air since 2009, the series delivers information on important health and wellness topics. Discussions include nutrition, relationships, stress management, and current wellness trends. Its last renewal in 2020 would have taken it to Season 14 in 2023, but Dr. Oz's turn to politics has altered those plans.
In the show's place will be a spin-off titled 'The Good Dish', which will be co-hosted by Dr. Oz's daughter, Daphne Oz. The new series is set to premiere on January 17 in 90% of the country.
Z is wrong that there's been a major whiner shift between parties (albeit whoever is out of power is going whine the most), and whining about some election losses is bipartisan. There were tons of democratic crimes in the presidential election too (protest was legit) albeit Trump did handle it quite badly.
Republicans should be screaming about the border, about our current foreign policy, build back broke, and virtually everything else Harris and Biden and our gel bosses. But they whine too much about freedom from vaccination. It's all too late now, all that left is catering to young and confused voters, which is foolish pandering.
Yes, I'm sick of the pandering like I'm sick of the mypillow guy. When Republican whining about vaccinations reaches the level of the mypillow guy (cancel that asshole voice and face for good), it's a problem. Cancel Marie Osmond too. Have you ever wished certain people ..... ?
During the campaign, Takei's bid for the city council caused one local station to stop running the repeats of the original Star Trek series until after the election and KNBC-TV to substitute the premiere episode of the Star Trek animated series scheduled by the network with another in which his character did not appear, in attempts to avoid violating the FCC's equal-time rule. The other candidates in the race complained that Takei's distinctive and powerful voice alone, even without his image on television every week, created an unfair advantage.
So this is hardly a partisan thing. It's not even new since Takei ran over three decades ago.
(I'm independent, but feel free to attack me for being a liberal, or woke or whatever, I'm expecting it and couldn't care less).
I'd like to see a health show that stays away from woke popularity and reports on both traditional health science and on practical and alternative ideas. Serious but not stuck up or into peddling anybody or anything.
Nevermind, at best we'll just get another like Oz. :(
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