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Recode host Kara Swisher says her show will be leaving its cable streaming service in 2019, but that it won’t end with the finale.
Swisher was in New York City on Tuesday to talk about the show and talk about a number of subjects.
She started by saying, “We’re not going to be leaving in 2019.”
The show has already left its streaming service, but Swisher didn’t offer a reason for the end.
She also confirmed that she and producer Jeff Probst will not be leaving the show for a second season.
“We have a deal in place,” she said.
“We are going to continue to work on this show.
It’s a show that we’re all invested in, and we’re excited about the journey we’re about to embark on.
It will continue.”
Swisher also talked about her own exit from the show, and how she will deal with it.
She said she has a new relationship with producers and writers, and said that she will be focusing on making sure her show gets the right showrunner to work with.
“I don’t have to go through this process again,” she told Recode.
“I’ve had a wonderful relationship with Jeff Probz and I have a lot of respect for Jeff Probsts ability to craft, and the way he’s managed to create a strong and compelling storytelling experience for this group of people, and I think that is really what we are all about here.”
In addition to her exit from ABC, Swisher said that the show has been looking for a new showrunner for the past year.ABC has not yet commented on the news.