Vivica A. Fox’s ‘Face The Truth’ Talk Show Canceled
Vivica A. Fox’s stint as a daytime talk show host is over. Her CBS show, Face the Truth, has been canceled after one season, Deadline reports.
The talkshow featured a panel that included Fox, life coach Rosie Mercado, attorney Areva Martin, psychologist Dr. Judy Ho and Judge Mary Chrzanowski. On the show the ” Truth Team” came together to help people address and confront issues within themselves and their families.
Fox hasn’t addressed the canceling of the show but posted a message on Instagram that alluded to how she may feel about this feat.
“There’s a reason for some seasons and you do ya best to keep growing, learn from your choices!,” she wrote on Instagram.
There is no word about low ratings and back in October the viewership grew 14 percent. Dr. Phil McGraw served as one of the executive producers.
When the show was added to the CBS lineup last year, it was seen as “a great fit for their daytime lineups” by CBS TV Distribution president Paul Franklin. Unfortunately, it didn’t work out.
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