RACHAEL Ray has assured fans that she still has many “new” things in the works as her talk show comes to an end.
The host has recently revealed her long-running daytime program has been canceled and will conclude after its 17th season wraps.
FacebookRachael Ray’s talk show is coming to an end after its 17th season[/caption]
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On Friday, Rachael revealed her long-running, self-titled talk show is coming to an end.
Fans immediately expressed shock over the news, as it’s been running for 17 seasons.
To help soothe their concerns, the host let viewers know that the show isn’t over quite yet.
The talk show’s official Instagram promised fans on Monday: “We still have more new shows this year and more smiles yet to come.”
Followers were happy to know that there are still more episodes of the program left to air before it officially comes to an end.
One social media user wrote: “I am grateful for this! You have given so much ‘joy’ for so many years.”
“So much love to you all,” commented a second follower.
A third said: “Wishing you the very best!! I will miss you, and I look forward to seeing what you create next!!”
“Going to miss you,” a fourth viewer said. “Wishing you all the best with your new adventure.”
The CBS Media Ventures’ syndicated talk show, Rachael Ray, first premiered in 2006.
Rachael’s beloved program mixed kitchen segments showing off her culinary skills with interviews with the biggest celebrities.
The host shared in a statement to Deadline: “In my more than 20 plus years in television I have had 17 wonderful seasons working in daytime television with Rachael.
“However I’ve made the decision that it’s time for me to move on to the next exciting chapter in my broadcast career.”
One shocked fan tweeted about the news: “WOW!! I’ve always loved me some Rachael Ray.
“From her on the Food Network to her having her own television show. This woman has been a part of my childhood & adulthood. She’s gonna be missed.”
Another insisted: “Stop bc ima cry.”
One upset viewer wrote: “NOOO OMG. Not Rachael Ray. Queen of FOOD.”
Luckily for fans, they don’t have to wait long to find out what that next chapter entails, as the TV personality dropped another major announcement on Friday.
Rachael, who is also well-known for her Food Network show 30-Minute Meals, has launched a new production company, Free Food Studios, in partnership with Intentional Content.
GettyVia the show’s official Instagram, the host promised fans there are still ‘more new shows’ and ‘more smiles’ still to come[/caption]
GettyRachael also recently announced the launch of her own production company, Free Food Studios[/caption]