“The Ellen Show” will soon officially wrap its final episode since it has already wrapped up filming.
“Ellen DeGeneres,” who has a globally known talk show called “The Ellen Show,” has announced on a Twitter thread last night that the renowned show has concluded filming its very final episode. The host has also offered up some of her reflections about the show and how it has evolved since it began.
The tweet said, “Today we have taped the final episode of ‘The Ellen Show’ which will on May 26th,” “When we had first started the show back in 2003, iPhones did not exist. Social media didn’t exist. Gay marriage wasn’t legal. We watched the world change together, sometimes for the better, sometimes not.”
The talk show was currently on Season 19 and had first aired at the NBC Studios on September 8th, 2003, before moving to the Warner Bros.
Studios in 2008. Over the course of the show’s run, it had won 12 Daytime Emmys awards for best talk show ever and more than any of the other talk shows in history. In May 2021, “DeGeneres” had announced that the show would soon wrap up the next year after more than 3,000 something episodes following many toxic workplace allegations had been put up.
Variety had reported on the frustration among many of the show’s crew members over their pay reductions, a lack of communication, and poor treatment by the producers during the pandemic. According to the two anonymous sources, the core stage crew had received no written communication about the status of their work hours, their pay, or their inquiries about their mental and physical health quite a few times for over a month.
DeGeneres had indeed addressed the damning reports in her opening monologue for season 18, and the promising significant changes claimed that the show had started again with a “new chapter.”