Steve Harvey speaks at the Natpe Annual Market and Conference at Fontainebleau Miami Beach.

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The host will be leaving Chicago to start a new show in Los Angeles.  

Sydney Scott
Nov, 14, 2016

Prepare yourselves Steve Harvey fans, the talk show host is canceling The Steve Harvey Show, but he won't be gone for long.

Harvey is launching a new daytime talk show in September 2017 and moving from Chicago to Los Angeles. The Steve Harvey Show will end production in May. According to sources, Harvey's new show will be more celebrity-driven, which is why the host is moving the show to Los Angeles.

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From the Chicago Tribune:

The new show will be co-produced by Harvey and IMG, the New York-based media company whose affiliate, WME, represents the comedian/TV host. Harvey will have an ownership stake in the as-yet-unnamed show, which will be distributed by NBC Universal and carried on all NBC-owned stations, including WMAQ-Ch.5 in Chicago. Sources said the new show will be more celebrity-driven, one of the primary reasons Harvey is leaving Chicago for Los Angeles. News of the move was first reported by media blogger Robert Feder.

The Steve Harvey Show first premiered in 2012 and Harvey currently hosts Family Feud and Little Big Shots