Celebrity Name Game has been cancelled after three seasons. The syndicated game show, hosted by Craig Ferguson, will not return for Season 4.
Jennifer Mullin, Co-CEO, FremantleMedia North Anerica, said of the decision to axe the show:
“We’ve had a wonderful time producing Celebrity Name Game and we are exceptionally proud of its three seasons in syndication. While we are not renewing in syndication at this time, it is a format we believe in. We are thankful to our loyal audience, our celebrity guests, the incredibly talented Craig Ferguson, our partners atDebmar–Mercury and Coquette, and our crew – whose passion for this series has been unparalleled.”
Added Mort Marcus and Ira Bernstein, co-presidents of Debmar-Mercury:
“We’re incredibly proud of Celebrity Name Game and grateful to the terrific fan base that has supported the show for three seasons. We thank everyone who has contributed to its run, including Craig Ferguson, the show’s extraordinary host who received two Daytime Emmy Awards in recognition of his talent, our amazing partners at FremantleMedia North America, Courteney Cox, David Arquette, their creative collaborators and the outstanding production team.