American TV host Ellen to end talk show after 19 years

LOS ANGELES, CA - JANUARY 18: Ellen Degeneres, winner of mulitple awards, poses in the press room during the People's Choice Awards 2017 at Microsoft Theater on January 18, 2017 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images)

Much known American talk show host Ellen DeGeneres said she was ending her daytime show in 2022, saying that after 19 years it was time to do something different.

DeGeneres, 63, told her virtual audience that the show has been “the greatest experience of my life,” and thanked her fans for watching. But she said she needed to “take a break from talking.”

Ellen says their passion has told them to do it. “As a comedian, I always understood the importance of time.”

She narrated an interesting story, said she had a dream that a beautiful bird came to her window and whispered, “You can still do things on Netflix. And that was the point I was looking for, “she said.

Created by AT&T Ink (TN) Warner Bruce and syndicated to TV stations, “The Ellen De DeGeneres Show” has won more than 60 Emmy Awards.

But after an internal investigation of media reports, the audience has shrunk over the past six months. Three major producers offered in 2020, and DeGeneres apologized for saying “start a new chapter”.


Ellen told in an interview that the public attacks during that time “destroyed me” but did not affect his decision to end the show.