The Wendy Williams Show

Following her exit from daytime TV last fall, Wendy Williams sadly won't be returning for the series finale of her show airing this Friday.

Unfortunately for seasoned daytime vet Sherri Shepherd, it doesn't look like she'll be getting a blessing from talk show predecessor Wendy Williams anytime soon after some shade was thrown towards her upcoming show in a recent interview with Fat Joe.

It now appears that Wendy Williams has one more option on the table following the cancellation of her hit daytime talk show after a report claims 'The View' has extended an open invitation for her to be a regular guest host whenever she wants.

After months filled with many people worrying about her whereabouts, especially given reports of alleged declining health popping up every other day, Wendy Williams has finally put a few rumors to rest in a new video that's began to make rounds on social media.

In wake of Wendy Williams' absence from the public eye, season 14 of her popular daytime talk show has seen a rotating door of celebrity guest hosts filling her famous purple chair. Of all the replacements though, Sherri Shepherd has proven to be most popular and now it looks like she may have the job for good.

As fans of Wendy Williams await her return to daytime TV following a longer-than-expected break to focus on health, her son Kevin Jr. gave a visual update for the New Year of the media maven looking good and well-fed.

We reported previously that Wendy Williams insiders claim she is “never coming back” to resume hosting her daytime talk show. Now comes word that her health-related hiatus will extend through at least February 2022.

For the week ending in Nov. 7, reports are saying that comedic actress and personality Sherri Shepherd has boosted the most recent ratings for 'The Wendy Williams Show' as guest host to the highest it's been since the season started back in mid October.

Following recent health scares, media maven Wendy Williams jumped on Instagram to issue an official statement on when to expect her daytime TV comeback and, in typical fashion, update the masses on "how she's doin'."

Season 14 of “The Wendy Williams Show” is rolling on without her as the beloved host continues to take time off to sort out her health issues.

Nick Cannon’s new daytime talk show has reportedly failed to impress viewers and is unlikely to replace Wendy Williams, according to reports. 

“The Wendy Williams Show” is going on hiatus “indefinitely” as a precaution amid the growing coronavirus pandemic. Show producers informed staffers in a memo on Thursday, which was obtained by Deadline: To Our Dedicated Wendy Show Staff: The safety and well-being of our employees is our top priority. Considering the current escalation of the Coronavirus, production will […]