Say goodbye to Jeff Probst, Ricki Lake and Anderson Cooper. Their daytime talk shows were canceled after the season that ended this summer.
Some local stations are shuffling shows and adding new syndicated offerings to their daytime lineups over the next few weeks.
Here is what the local daytime landscape will look like after the dust settles:
WANE Channel 15
Rachael Ray, 9 a.m.
Dr. Oz, 4 p.m.
WPTA Channel 21
Live with Kelly & Michael, 9 a.m.
The View, 11 a.m.
The Chew, 1 p.m.
Ellen, 3 p.m.
Katie, 4 p.m.
The CW Channel 21.2
Steve Wilkos, 9 a.m.
The Wendy Williams Show, 10 a.m.; time change starting Sept. 16
The Bill Cunningham Show, 3 p.m.
WISE Channel 33
Bethenny, 11 a.m.; starting Monday
The Doctors, noon; time change starting Monday
Steve Harvey, 2 p.m.; station change from MyNetworkTV as of last week
The Queen Latifah Show, 3 p.m.; starting Sept. 16
Dr. Phil, 5 p.m.
MyNetworkTV Channel 33.2
The Queen Latifah Show, 9 a.m.; re-airing of previous weekdays WISE episode; starting Sept. 17
Trisha, 11 a.m.; time change starting Sept. 16
The Doctors, 1 p.m.; time change starting Sept. 16
WFFT Channel 55
Jerry Springer, 2 p.m.
Maury, 3 p.m.
– Journal Gazette