Ellen DeGeneres sticks to her daytime hours.
On Tuesday, DeGeneres announced that she has signed a new deal to continue hosting "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" through 2022. There had been rumors for some time that DeGeneres planned to leave the show when her current contract was up in 2020, something she leaned on when she announced her studio audience in a video released Tuesday.
"[From] the beginning I said this show should be like a relationship," said degenerate. "We've been through the good, the bad, the" Fifty Shades of Gray "phase. It has been a lot of fun and 16 years is a good run. Sometimes in a relationship, you have to take a break. You are stuck with me. I just signed for three years. "
See the full video below.
According to sources, DeGeneres now has a large stake in the show, with more points being awarded with each contract.
DeGeneres, Mary Connelly, Ed Glavin, Andy Lassner, Kevin A. Leman II and Derek Westervelt serve as Leading Manufacturers Originating from Warner Bros. Studios in Burbank, "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" was produced by A Very Good Production and WAD Productions, Inc. for Telepictures, and distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution. is already licensed by NBC television stations (10 stations) and Hearst Television (22 stations) throughout the 2021-2022 season.
"Ellen is simply a natural force," said Peter Roth, President and Chief Content Officer of Warner Bros. Television Group. "Her energy, intelligence, kindness and creativity know no bounds. Whether it's her immediate connection to her guests on her flagship talk show, her hot and fun host at the Game of Games & # 39; or the infectious enthusiasm she shares with producing everything from Little Big Shots & # 39; to the animated antics of Green Eggs & # 39; The ham, "it is an honor to work with her. We are thrilled to continue this fun and friendly journey with her."
DeGeneres also hosts the NBC series "Ellens Game of Games" containing comedies and The daytime, playing supersized versions of the games she has popularized through her talk show. NBC also announced that it will host three holiday specials titled "Ellen's Greatest Night of Giveaways" later this year.