Rachael Ray’s daytime talk show, “Rachael Ray,” is set to come to an end after 17 seasons. The Emmy-winning program has been a staple of daytime television since its debut in 2006, and has garnered a loyal following thanks to Ray’s warmth, humor, and expert cooking tips.
The decision to end the show comes as Ray embarks on a new venture – the launch of her own production company, Free Food Studios. The company will focus on producing “in the kitchen content” for various platforms, including television and digital media.
Despite the show’s success, Ray felt it was time to move on to new challenges. “This has been the adventure of a lifetime, and I could not be more grateful for the support of our viewers, staff, and sponsors over the years,” she said in a statement. “But as we embark on this new chapter with Free Food Studios, it’s time to say goodbye to the ‘Rachael Ray’ show.”
Ray’s impact on the culinary world has been immense, and her show has been instrumental in introducing new and innovative recipes to viewers. Over the years, Ray has become a trusted authority on all things food, and has inspired countless viewers to get into the kitchen and start cooking.
Fans of the show need not worry, however – there are still several new episodes set to air before the show’s final episode airs. And while Ray may be leaving the world of daytime television, she will undoubtedly continue to make her mark on the culinary world with her new production company.
In the end, the decision to end “Rachael Ray” was a difficult one, but ultimately reflects Ray’s desire to continue pushing herself creatively. “I am so excited for what’s to come with Free Food Studios, and can’t wait to share our new projects with the world,” she said. “Thank you to everyone who has been a part of this incredible journey.”