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Last summer the couple, who lived together, denied breakup rumors, with Handler reaffirming their "live-in lover" status on her show.
It is officially the end for Chelsea Handler‘s late-night run on E! The network, which had kept quiet amidst the frenzy of speculation that Handler would be leaving, fueled by the host’s own comments, announced today that Handler’s’s long-running success and the unique space that the series carved out in late night television,” said E! “Chelsea brought a distinct voice to late night with her acerbic wit and fearless commentary and we look forward to providing fans with a memorable send-off that lives up to that tradition.” The end of will come a few months before Handler’s contract expires at the end of the year. I’m glad I went.” are built around the hosts, carry their names and are produced by them, making it impossible for the shows to continue if the hosts leave, as would be the case with Handler.
Handler’s very high price point would likely make her show prohibitive for smaller cable networks such as comedy-centered IFC.
NBCU considered this “such a minor move” that it didn’t even think it was worth announcing.
A source close to the couple claims that late-night comedienne Chelsea Handler and her conveniently well-connected boyfriend Ted Harbert have split up.
From that moment, I wanted one of those jobs.” Harbert began his broadcasting career while a student at Boston University’s college radio station, WTBU, where he worked alongside his friend, Howard Stern.
Wow, what a diss of NBC Broadcasting Chairman Ted Harbert, who has been in the Witness Protection Program ever since Comcast bought NBCUniversal.
And when the pint-sized putz isn’t hiding from angry O&Os and affiliates and advertisers fed up with yet another lousy network primetime season, he’s screaming at reporters who didn’t share his belief that change in the late-night reporting structure, still overseen by Paul Telegdy, president of alternative programming and late night and who reports to NBC Entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt.
(Meanwhile, Greenblatt and Harbert hate each other.) With Telegdy focused on NBC’s top-rated series on the schedule beginning in 2007.
Hollywood waited impatiently for Comcast to put a stop to this inappropriate 4-year relationship.