By Debbie Emery - Radar Reporter
Oprah Winfrey's crown as the queen of TV slipped again on Friday when The Nate Berkus Show — produced by Oprah’s Harpo Productions — was canceled.
Production on the current second season will continue as planned, but the final episode of the daytime Oprah spin-off will air in May and not return next year, according to a statement made by Harpo Studios and Sony Entertainment, reported the Hollywood Reporter.
It is yet another sign of Winfrey's crumbling empire, since her iconic show ended its 25 year run earlier this year, her OWN network has been plagued by poor ratings and even Winfrey's BFF Gayle King jumped ship and went to CBS where she will co-host The Early Show.
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