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After eight years of continuous streaming, The Real’s time has finished, and the daytime talk show has been canceled.

The show’s airing of the eighth season will be one of its last and final airdates has not yet been announced. The original 2013 “The Real” panel of co-hosts included Tamera Mowry, Jeannie Mai, Tamar Braxton, Adrienne Bailon, and Loni Love. Since then, Braxton and Mowry have walked out of the show, like onetime co-host Amanda Seales. Garcelle Beauvais also currently serveing as a co-host.

The Real was created by SallyAnn Salsano, set itself apart from other daytime talk shows because its hosts, according to the feedbackers, seem to have “reflected the home audience and unapologetically said what women are actually thinking,”

The show’s official description says, “Their unique perspectives are brought to life through their candid conversations about topics ranging from their own personal life problems to the news of the day to men and to beauty, fashion, and relationships.”

The hosts were chosen especially because they came from varied and distinct life experiences, per se motherhood, new marriages, dating, or singledom, that every woman can relate to. Unlike other talk shows, all the four hosts don’t shy away from fearlessly inviting the home audience into their lives. Their fresh points of view, youthful energy, and passion made the show a hit.

During its eight-season run, The Real has bagged three Daytime Emmy Awards.

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