Page Six TV is done.
The daily half-hour syndicated pop culture show will not be renewed for a third season, producers of the show confirmed.
The current second season, which debuted in September, will continue to run for its intended duration through the end of summer.
“Everyone is buzzing about Page Six TV!” Page Six boasts on its web site.
Well, not everyone.
The cast of co-hosts for the current season includes TV personality Bevy Smith, Variety senior correspondent Elizabeth Wagmeister and Page Six senior reporter Carlos Greer. Of the hosts, Greer is the only one who appears in the masthead of the Post’s column.
The show launched in September 2017 with TV personality John Fugelsang as host and Smith, Wagmeister and Greer as “insiders.” But Fugelsang left the show during its first year, with the others being named as co-hosts for Season 2.
There’s no word yet on what will replace “Page Six TV,” which airs on Fox TV stations in several markets. But shows that may slide into its time slot include Meredith Vieira’s upcoming quiz show, “25 Words or Less,” which premiers Sept. 16. Other shows potentially replacing “Page Six TV” include syndicated newsmagazine “Extra,” which moves from NBC to Fox in September.
Also in the running are RuPaul’s new daytime talk show, and Jerry O’Connell’s new talk show, “Jerry O,” both of which debut on Fox TV stations this summer.
“Page Six TV’s” demise mimics another failed Post effort to expand its brand — the Headlines Bus Tour, which launched in 2013.
One ride aboard the bus revealed just seven people booked a spot on the $49 tour that drove by landmarks as references to a past Post headlines were called out.
Well, it had a good run.