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Jerry O' Summary

  • Show Status: Closed
  • Jerry O' is 1 Hour long
  • 5 Taping(s) per week
  • Opened August 12, 2019
  • Show Closed: December 23, 2019
  • Daytime Talk Show
  • TV Broadcast

Jerry O’ is a live daytime TV talk show consisting of celebrity interviews, remote segments, hot topics and plenty of gossip in a Wendy Williams style delivery

Jerry O' Ticket Information

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Jerry O' Show Schedule

Jerry O' tapes Monday to Wednesdays at 10:00AM and Thursdays at 10:00AM with another show at 2:00 PM. However, the exact days they tape are often sporadically chosen and there is no fixed taping schedule.

Jerry O' Cancellation Details

The Jerry O Show was cancelled after Wendy Williams returned to her studio in late 2019

Jerry O' Broadcast Time

In the NYC area, Jerry O' broadcasts at 10 AM on Fox Networks.

Jerry O' Age Requirements


Jerry O' Host Profile

Jerry O’Connell is an American actor who began his acting career at the young age of 11 when he starred as Vern Tessio in the film adaptation of Stephen King’s novella Stand by Me. During his teenage years, O’Connell took part in several TV sitcoms such as My Secret Identity and Camp Wilder, and later accepted the role of Quinn Mallory in Fox’s science fiction show Sliders. Into adulthood, O’Connell starred in a number of notable films including Jerry Maguire, Scream 2, and Kangaroo Jack, which helped the actor build rapport within Hollywood circles. O’Connell’s acting career continued into the 2000’s as he starred in the NBC crime drama Crossing Jordan, and even appeared on Broadway in the 2011 show Seminar alongside the late actor Alan Rickman. As of late, O’Connell has become a talk show fixture, frequently sitting down with Andy Cohen to discuss Real Housewives drama on Watch What Happens Live, and has served as a fill-in host for Wendy Willaims since her health began to decline in 2017.

Jerry O' Background

Jerry O’ gives long-time fans of The Wendy Williams Show a closer look at friend of the show and fill-in host, Jerry O’Connell. On his new talk show, O’Connell maintains a similar TV show format to that of The Wendy Williams Show while incorporating his own personal interests and production ideas. Several ways the show differentiates itself from its competition include, O’Connells immense reality TV knowledge, his skills for reporting on gossip as well as on-the-street remote segments and his in-studio sketches. With Wendy Williams as executive producer, Jerry O’ will entertain longtime Wendy fans and serve as a new television destination for keeping up-to-date on Hollywood news.

Chelsea Television Studios B (AMV)

221 West 26th Street
New York, NY 10001
Directions: Take the MTA 1 train to the 28th Street Station and walk down 7th Ave to W 26th St. Walk west on 26th Street towards 8th Ave. The studio is located between 7th and 8th Avenue.
Studio Information

Cast Members

Jerry O'Connell

Production Credits

Executive Producer
Wendy Williams