Skip to comments.Exclusive: MSNBC Axes Maury & Connie (Coulter-hater Connie Cancelled!)
Posted on 06/10/2006 6:36:35 PM PDT by frankjr
MSNBC's "Weekends with Maury & Connie" is being cancelled, TVNewser has learned. The program, hosted by Maury Povich and Connie Chung, will end its run next week. The husband and wife team taped their second-to-last show on Friday.
"Weekends" launched almost exactly six months ago, on January 7, 2006. It launched to quite a bit of fanfare, and it aired four times a weekend (twice on Saturday and twice on Sunday) but it never seemed to find an audience. There's no word on whether Maury, Connie, or EP Lizz Winstead will have a future role at MSNBC...
you need both hands to count everyone who watches countdown... that's good for PMSNBC
They had a show?
I never knew this show even existed. Anonymity, thy name is MSNBC.
"The Soup" is reporting that three cameramen died while filming that show.
Losers. Diverse, but LOSERS!!!
That, and embarrassment.
I surfed to one of their shows and after I heard Connie use the word quagmire in a sentence twice, I did my standard eye roll and moved on...
Why do they pay these people to... oh never mind.
Good riddance of leftist trash.
chung looks like Bobby from Mad TV.
LOL! Maybe she'll divorce him now...
Awkward you say? Especially since he's being sued for sexual harrassment for having affairs with several women he worked with....must be difficult to work side by side with the man who betrayed you. ROFLMAO!!!
Is that true? Who would want to have an affair or an encounter with him? I mean, YUCK.
Hildy. Come back here and answer me.
I CANNOT believe women would want him.
He's nasty gross. YUCK.
You know his Dad was a very well respected writer. My Father knew him and adored him. I actually met him once. His name was Shirley Povitch (Yes, Shirley). I'm sure he'd be mortified at what his son has become.
WOW. I shouldn't be surrpised that you dad knew his dad.
Your dad was quite the man. I wish I could have known him.
But tell me, are women actually suing him?
Did they reject his advances?
I cannot imagine wanting him. YUCK.
Producer claims affair with star; porn, booze rife on set of show
Bianca Nardi has filed suit against bosses of Maury Povich show.
A lawsuit teeming with tawdry details you definitely won't be seeing on the next "Maury" accuses talk-show host Maury Povich of cheating on his TV newswoman wife Connie Chung with an underling. The bombshell legal filing claims Povich, 67, has been tangled in a "long time, intimate and sexual relationship" with 47-year-old producer Donna Ingber - and calls the talk show set a "Peyton Place" rife with porn and booze.
The alleged affair "was common knowledge to all," and Ingber was known as "Maury's girl," claims the $100 million suit, filed yesterday in Manhattan Supreme Court.
Bianca Nardi, a 28-year-old producer who has been with the show since 2000, slammed her bosses with the legal action - charging she was subject to humiliating and exploitative treatment behind the scenes.
The suit charges "Maury" was a classic hostile work environment "where hostility, intimidation, humiliation, ridicule, sexual harassment, as well as alcohol use, was explicit, rampant, pervasive and was condoned."
Povich is not accused of any harassing behavior himself - but the suit claims he, his production company and NBC should have known about the alleged problems and stopped them.
The most damaging details in the suit for Povich focus on his alleged affair with Ingber, a married mother of 12-year-old twins who supposedly made drunken late-night phone calls to Nardi about her sex life with the talk-show host and other men, the suit alleges.
The accusations threatened to tarnish the golden couple image of Povich and Chung, who wed in 1984, have a 10-year-old son and live in luxury in the Dakota apartment building on the upper West Side.
Reached at home, Chung, 59, declined comment yesterday.
Whoa! Thanks for the posting.