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Talk show host Steve Harvey's talk show has officially been cancelled - it suffered a ratings slide after Steve embraced president Donald Trump, and it never recovered.

Before Steve aligned himself with the controversial president, his ratings were almost unbeatable. But his numbers went on a precipitous decline, once he announced his support for Trump, especially among Black viewers.

Yesterday the show came to a close, after 6 seasons. The show launched in 2012.

Marjorie went on Instagram to bid the Steve Harvey show a formal farewell. They taped their last episode yesterday, and Marjorie posted this:

And Steve's bosses treated him like a DOG when they fired him.

Steve learned about his show being cancelled, after it broke on the news. NBC Universal gave his show's time slot to newcomer Kelly Clarkson, and they never even told him.

Steve explained how the network basically ghosted him. “I thought I was [going to stay with NBC], until they made an announcement a couple weeks ago that they wanted to give Kelly Clarkson the owned-and-operated NBC networks — that’s my slot," Steve said at the Variety Entertainment Summit last month. "I don't know if it sold, it's not selling like they thought, but I thought it would have been nice of them to come to me."