Ellen DeGeneres announced the last episode of his program, The Ellen Show, has been worked on. The episode is scheduled to air on May 26.
“Today we recorded the last episode of ‘The Ellen Show’ which aired on May 26,” wrote Ellen via TwitterFriday (29/4).
“When we started this program in 2003, the iPhone didn’t exist. Social media doesn’t exist yet. Gay marriage is not yet legal. We watch the world change, sometimes for the better, sometimes not” he continued.
In the tweet, Ellen also hopes that the program she guides can be a place to gather and laugh together. He also thanked the audience for the response so far.
“Whatever happens, my goal is always to make this program a place where we can all gather and laugh for an hour,” he tweeted.
“Being invited into your life has been the greatest privilege of my life and has brought me immense joy. Thank you Thank you Thank you,” continued Ellen.
Ellen DeGeneres will end her famous talk show program after 19 seasons running. The Ellen Show was first broadcast on September 8, 2003 by NBC Studios. The show then continued under the aegis to Warner Bros. Studios in 2008.
Throughout its broadcast, The Ellen Show won 12 Daytime Emmys for the Best Talkshow category. DeGeneres has also invited more than four thousand guests, broadcast more than three thousand hours of television, attended by 1.5 million viewers in the studio, and gave prizes of more than US $ 450 million.
Until finally Ellen DeGeneres announced that she would end her famous show at the end of May. A number of guest stars have also been prepared for the last few episodes of The Ellen Show.
Some of these names include Michelle Obama, Jennifer Garner, Channing Tatum, Serena Williams, David Letterman, Adam Levine, to Gwen Stefani.