Harry Connick Jr’s Talk Show Canceled

HARRY CONNICK JR.'S SYNDICATED TV SHOW TO END ITS RUN IN SEPTEMBER

(CNN) – Harry Connick junior’s daytime talk show is ending its two-year run.

“Harry”, as the syndicated t-v show is called, will continue to tape new episodes.

But NBC Universal, which distributes the program, says the show will go off the air in September.

Connick said that he is incredibly proud of the show and that he will look for new avenues to uplift the nation; including a starring role in a stage musical version of the classic film “The Sting”.

“Harry” premiered in September 2016, but failed to click ratings-wise with viewers.