‘Dr. Oz’ spinoff ‘The Good Dish’ canceled

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The syndicated show that replaced “The Dr. Oz Show” earlier in the 2021-2022 season, “The Good Dish,” has been canceled.

“Dr. Oz,” which starred Dr. Mehmet Oz, was canceled in January 2022 following Oz’s November 2021 announcement of a U.S. Senate run in Pennsylvania. Prior to its cancellation, stations in the Keystone State, as well as Ohio and New York, had pulled the show from schedules due to concerns over how airing his should could affect the equal time rule and force them to air messages from his opponents.

“The Good Dish” is based on the food segments on “Dr. Oz” and features Oz’s daughter, Daphne Oz, as a co-host. Daphne Oz previously hosted the food themed daytime show “The Chew” on ABC before it was canceled.

Gail Simmons and Jamika Pessoa also co-host.

“Dish,” like “Oz” was, is distributed by Sony Pictures Television and airs on Fox owned stations in major markets plus Hearst, Nexstar, Gray and Sinclair stations.