E! News has solely taken in the ritzy list if people to attend set for the well-known syndicated program’s nineteenth and last season, which debuts Monday, Sept. 13.
The series will start off its last debut where it began: with its first-since forever visitor, Jennifer Aniston. It will be the Friends alum’s 23rd time on the show, demonstrating that she’ll generally be there for long-term have Ellen DeGeneres.
One more successive visitor set to return for season 19? Late-night have Jimmy Kimmel, who will show up on show for the twentieth time.
Watchers can likewise anticipate a meeting with Kim Kardashian—her initially plunk down since E’s! long-running docuseries Keeping Up With the Kardashians finished. Extra A-rundown visitors scheduled for the new season incorporate Tiffany Haddish, Imagine Dragons, Melissa McCarthy, Sean “Diddy” Combs, Julianne Moore, and Melissa Etheridge.
Fans have been setting themselves up for this fall since the time DeGeneres reported in May that season 19 would be the show’s last. DeGeneres imparted to The Hollywood Reporter, “When you’re an inventive individual, you continually should be tested—and however extraordinary as this show seems to be, and however fun as it very well might be, it’s simply not a test any longer.”
Despite the fact that fans we’re bushwhacked by the news that The Ellen DeGeneres Show would be reaching a conclusion, the series’ in-house DJ, Stephen “Jerk” Boss uncovered that he saw the last season coming. “[Ellen] had reported it three years prior that she endorsed on for three additional years,” he disclosed to E! News in a selective meeting in June. “So I felt that she planned to remain consistent with that. It really didn’t come as an astonishment since she had as of now said it, you know?”
The choice came closely following an inward examination concerning the show in the midst of reports of work environment offense that brought about the expelling of three long-term makers: Ed Glavin, Kevin Leman, and Jonathan Norman. The TV have was not blamed for any bad behavior, yet she proceeded to address the circumstance with her staff in July 2020.
“On the very beginning of our show, I told everybody in our first gathering that The Ellen DeGeneres Show would be a position of bliss—nobody could at any point speak loudly, and everybody would be treated with deference,” she said in a letter to her workers. “Clearly, something changed, and I am disillusioned to discover that this has not been the situation.”
DeGeneres added that she was “focused on guaranteeing this doesn’t occur once more.”
Like her guarantee in May to make each day of season 19 “a festival,” E! News has discovered that all through the last season, DeGeneres and her group intend to thank the fans who’ve shown their affection and backing over these very nearly 20 years.