Fall TV Preview

Daytime TV's Big Moves: What's New, Cancelled and Relocating in Fall 2022

Days of Our Lives‘ leap to streaming isn’t the only big move in daytime television this fall.

Mainstays like Ellen DeGeneres, Maury Povich and Wendy Williams are exiting the daypart, paving the way for new talk shows fronted by Jennifer Hudson, Karamo Brown and Sherri Shepherd. NBC, meanwhile, will replace the above-mentioned Days with a midday news program, aptly titled NBC News Daily.

Among other syndicated offerings: a new version of Pictionary (hosted by The Talk‘s Jerry O’Connell), Ring Nation (in which Wanda Sykes makes a mockery of home surveillance footage) and iCrime With Elizabeth Vargas.

All told, nine daytime series have ended or been cancelled — R.I.P., The Doctors, The Good Dish and The Real — to make room for a fresh slate of potential hits.

In addition, several returning series are making big changes, including The Drew Barrymore Show (which is switching formats), The View (which is adding two more seats to the Hot Topics table) and Jeopardy! (which has solidified its Alex Trebek succession plan).

What follows is a comprehensive overview of what’s new, what’s leaving and what’s changing in daytime.