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"Bonnie Hunt Show" folding

 Actress Bonnie Hunt arrives to attend the celebration of Hilary Duff
Actress Bonnie Hunt arrives to attend the celebration of Hilary Duff's 18th birthday at the club 'Mood' in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, California September 28, 2005. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
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By Marc Berman

NEW YORK (Mediaweek) - Struggling sophomore talker "The Bonnie Hunt Show" will stop production at the end of this season.

Season to date (through November 22), the Warner Bros.-produced talk show ranks 12th out of 13 syndicated talk shows in households, with a 0.8 rating (and no change from the comparable year-ago period), according to Nielsen Media Research data.

The ranking among key women 25-54 is also 12th, with a 0.3 in the demographic group.

A potential replacement is "MomLogic," also from Warner Bros., which is a "View"-like hour of talk based on the website of that name and co-hosted by the Food Network's Paula Deen, Rene Syler of CBS' "The Early Show," author Lee Woodruff, comedian Judy Gold, and reality star and mother of eight Kate Gosselin.

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