Chelsea Handler Show

May 29, 2014 by  

Chelsea Handler Show, Chelsea Handler will have four months left on her E! contract when “Chelsea Lately” ends. E! is booting Chelsea Handler off the network – four months before her contract is up. The comic’s final episode of “Chelsea Lately” will air on Aug. 26. The early sendoff has been packaged as what the network is calling a “month-long” celebration featuring “special episodes” and “surprise guests.”

In March, when Handler’s agent, Irving Azoff, said she planned to leave when her contract expired, E! executives snarked that “Chelsea has nine months left on her contract and E! will not comment on the future of ‘Chelsea Lately’ at this time.”

Handler has been quite open about her her dissatisfaction with E!, poking fun at the network to almost anyone who will listen.

“They don’t know what they’re doing,” she recently said when appearing as a guest on Howard Stern’s Sirius XM satellite radio show. “They have no ideas. It’s a failure.”

“Chelsea Lately” has aired since 2007.

In a prepared statement, Handler said, “I myself am more surprised than anyone that I was able to hold down a job for seven years, and it was a fantastic seven years.

“I will always look back at my time on E! as most people look back at their time in college. I’m glad I went.”

A rep for the comedian said she had no further comment.

“We are very proud of ‘Chelsea Lately’s’ long-running success and the unique space that the series carved out in late-night television,” said Suzanne Kolb, president of the network, in a statement.

“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 sendoff that lives up to that tradition. Most of all, we are grateful to the ‘Chelsea Lately’ team for making this show so special for seven years.”

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