Ellen’s tv show will no longer bring happiness to people around the world. Ellen has decided to put an end to her long story, because, as she says, it is time to do something different.
“As great as this is, and as fun, as it is, it’s just not a challenge anymore,” she told the Hollywood Reporter.
She told her virtual audience that her show was the greatest experience she had in her life, but also that she needed a “break from talking”. She talked about her decision, and will also sit down with her friend and guest, Oprah Winfrey, to tell more.
“When you’re a creative person, you constantly need to be challenged,” DeGeneres told in an exclusive interview, “and as great as this show is, and as fun, as it is, it’s just not a challenge anymore.”
She said her daytime show will be over after the upcoming 2021-2022 season.
“Recently, I had a dream that a bird, a beautiful bird with bright red feathers, came to my window and whispered, ‘You can still do stuff on Netflix.’ And that was the sign I was looking for.”
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Her show has won more than 60 Emmy Awards, the most recent award being when it was named the funniest talk show of 2020.
“It broke my heart when I learned that people here had anything other than a fantastic experience – that people were hurt in any way,” she said.
She began her career as a stand-up comedian at the New Orleans Hometown, before moving to television, beginning the comedy Ellen in the mid-1990s. The standup comedian began her talk show in 2003, five years after announcing on the cover of Time Magazine: “Yep, I’m Gay.”
“Although all good things must come to an end, you still have hope that truly great things never will,” said Mike Darnell of show producer Warner Bros.
We all laughed and enjoyed her show, now that the end is near, what is left for us is to respect her decision, and to embrace the replay button with which we will watch the iconic moments of this tv programme over and over again.