Kellie Pickler's Daytime Talk Show Coming to An End in September

Despite being canceled after only two seasons, the Faith Hill-produced 'Pickler & Ben' is still up for two nominations at the 46th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards in May.

AceShowbiz - Country star Kellie Pickler's TV talk show has been cancelled.

"Pickler & Ben", which the singer co-hosts with Ben Aaron, will end after filmed episodes air in September.

The upbeat show, produced by Faith Hill, was filmed in Nashville, Tennessee and picked up Daytime Emmy Award nominations for Outstanding Informative Talk Show Hosts and Outstanding Musical Performance in a Daytime Program.

"Pickler & Ben" debuted in 2017.

It's not all doom a gloom for the singer - her acting career is on the rise.

The former "American Idol" contestant is set to star in a sequel to her 2018 TV holiday movie "Christmas at Graceland".

Kellie played a Chicago, Illinois businesswoman who travels to Memphis, Tennessee to acquire a historic family-owned bank in the film. While on the trip, she reconnects with an old love interest and local music promoter Clay, who reignites her long-abandoned dreams of becoming a performer.

Bosses at America's Hallmark Channel are bringing Kellie back for a follow-up, which will feature her walking down the aisle to tie the knot with her onscreen beau, played by Wes Brown.

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