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It's hard to make it in television—it's even harder to last. Such was the case for a dozen stars who tried their hand at hosting their own talk shows, but ultimately did not secure an Oprah Winfrey-style following. After just a few seasons, many of these famous faces said goodbye to their eponymous projects. However, thanks to the magic of the Internet, nothing can ever be forgotten, even these brief television stints. Join us on a walk down memory lane: The Bonnie Hunt Show Bonnie Hunt gave daytime television a try in 2008 and lasted for two seasons, even garnering six Emmy nominations in the course of the show's run. However, the show ended its run in 2010 after »
The honor will be presented at the 2017 Writers Guild Awards ceremony at New York’s Edison Ballroom on Feb. 19. Lewis Black is hosting.
Sargent served as president of the WGA East for 14 years and was a writer/producer at “Saturday Night Live” for more than 20 years. The guild’s award in his name is awarded to a writer who embodies the “spirit, commitment and comic genius” of Sargent, as well as his dedication to mentoring new writers. In the past, it has been presented to Judd Apatow, Gary David Goldberg, Norman Stiles, Lorne Michaels and James L. Brooks.
O’Donnell has been a WGA member since 1982 and has been nominated for 20 Emmys. He was first hired by Dave Letterman in 1982 and served as head writer on NBC’s “Late Night »
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