HomeTVABCThe Rachael Ray Show Greenlit For Two More Seasons Jillian Bowe October 3, 2013 ABC, CBS, The Rachael Ray Show 5 Comments Food Network star Rachael Ray’s self-titled daytime talk show has been renewed for the next two years. CBS Television Distribution announced today Ray’s show has been given the early renewal in almost 90 percent of the country, and will air through the 2015-2016 season. In a released statement, Joseph DiSalvo, President of Sales for CBS TV Distribution said: Rachael Ray is one of the best brands in the business, and our station clients and advertisers recognize that. Photo by PR Photos 5 Responses SZima October 4, 2013 I used to watch Rachel’s show, for the first couple seasons, but it got to the point where I couldn’t listen to another one of her corny stock phrases. How many times does she have to repeat “over the shoulder for luck” or any or her other favorite quips? Log in to Reply TraceyAbbot101 October 4, 2013 she has a lot of people who hate her…. me included. She is such a phoney baloney….. and she is a big name dropper. Every guest on her show is her “best friend”.. And ever notice she needs 50 ingredients to make a basic burger? Log in to Reply giogio October 4, 2013 They booted Tony Danza for this. :~ Log in to Reply SoapArmageddon October 4, 2013 I think her producers told her to exaggerate certain aspects of her personality and that’s what makes her seem so fake. One season (the first) was enough for me. Log in to Reply Secrets and Lies October 4, 2013 Good news in a round-about way for soaps. Daytime talk show renewals/cancellations normally don’t come until January. RR’s ratings are only decent. If she got a two-year renewal this early, that indicates the powers that be at the local stations don’t have much confidence in this year’s (or the next couple years’) crop of talk shows. That’s a good sign for soaps. (True that RR’s show is mostly on in the morning but there’s a lot of overlap because the shows she competes with are on in both the morning and the afternoon). Log in to Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply You must be logged in to post a comment.