The Real Housewives of New York alum Bethenny Frankel's branding machine just hit a snag in its quest for TV domination. The New York Post is reporting, the Bethenny Ever After star's daytime talk show's development has gotten the axe. According to the newspaper's site, Telepictures, Frankel's distributor was unable to secure a syndication deal. The site claims Frankel has gotten offers from cable channels, after Telepictures gave her the boot, while The Hollywood Reporter claims nothing has been given.
Frankel's show would center around giving advice on healthy eating, bargain hunting and relationships. Frankel gave a little preview of what viewers could've expect, by appearing on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in segments specific to her show's concept.