'Sister Circle' Canceled After Three Seasons
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'Sister Circle' Canceled After Three Seasons

The syndicated talk show, Sister Circle has been canceled after three seasons on the air. The show, which had it production suspended in March due to the coronavirus, will air is final episode later this month.

The show was from TEGNA and TV One, airing locally on 12 TEGNA-owned local stations and nationally on TV One.

Its original panel included Married To Medicine‘s Quad Webb, Grammy-nominated singer Syleena Johnson, sports reporter and television host Rashan Ali and stand-up comedian/radio personality Kiana Dancie. Trina Braxton replaced Dancie after the show’s first season.

Sister Circle‘s official description reads, “Sister Circle will empower and inspire African-American women and include news and insights on relationships, parenting, fitness, personal finances, the latest trends and the joys and frustrations of everyday life, all from the compelling, humorous and sincere perspective of the show’s hosts. The show will also feature interviews with celebrity guests and expert opinions on key and relevant issues.”

This cancellation was reported first by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

 

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Photo: TEGNA/TV One

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