Steve Harvey isn’t leaving daytime TV anytime soon. Recently, the Steve host told The Hollywood Reporter what’s in store for season two of the syndicated TV show.
Hosted by Harvey, the daytime series features celebrity guests, games, and discussions on all things pop culture.
In the interview, Harvey revealed changes are in store for season two of Steve:
Moving the show out here, the intent was to bring on a bunch of celebrities and have a late-night feel. But the daytime audience is totally different. They just like what they like, cooking segments and makeovers. We got a second year pickup, so we’ve already started changing it more into what people have grown to expect from me. I’m a die-hard believer in reinvention. But sometimes you just have to leave the wheel alone, and let it roll down the hill. They have this thing in television called “research.” (Laughs.) It’s a dangerous thing, because research keeps you married to stuff. If a segment rates well, they go, “Well, why would you change that?” My thought is to try for something that could rate better, but they don’t like that. You have to listen to that, because I don’t own any TV stations. You’ve got to play the game.”
What do you think? Do you watch Steve? What kinds of segments would you like to see on the series?