The 'Wendy Williams Show' blew its competition out of the water this February, allowing the show to stay in production through the summer.
Wendy Williams is on a winning streak.
Her daytime talk show blew its competitors out of the water with a 47 percent increase in local ratings this past February, reports The Hollywood Reporter. As a result, the show's producer-distributor, Denmar-Mercury, has decided to add two months' worth of new episodes to the show's fourth season.
Williams hopes to continue her successful streak as the show's production extends through June and July.
"I have the greatest fans in daytime TV, and I'm so excited to be giving fans more fun throughout the summer," she said in a statement. "If it were up to me, we'd have a show every day, all year long."