Steve Harvey’s Radio Show Extended Until 2026

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Steve Harvey’s radio show has been extended for another five years with Premiere Networks and iHeart Radio. 

Comedian and entertainer Steve Harvey just extended his radio show with iHeart radio for another five years, Variety magazine reported.  

The radio host will continue his partnership with Premiere Networks, which is under the iHeartMedia’s radio-syndication umbrella and this will allow The Steve Harvey Morning Show to be broadcast to audiences through the end of 2026.  

The syndicated morning show is currently available on more than 100 stations and in the iHeartRadio app. 

Harvey also has plans to branch out on some projects with Premiere that would allow him to develop and create new programming and promotions and work on some community and charitable endeavors. 

The Steve Harvey Morning Show debuted in 2000 and joined Premiere Networks’ national lineup in 2005. Audiences can continue to listen to the live broadcast on weekdays. 

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“I’m happy to continue my fruitful partnership with Premiere Networks and host The Steve Harvey Morning Show well into the future,” Harvey told Variety in a statement. “Entering into this agreement further underscores my commitment to serving the community and the people… I’m excited to continue giving people much-needed smiles and hard laughs in these uncertain times.” 

Harvey will not only continue to host his national radio show but will host the Family Feud, Celebrity Family Feud and his self-titled talk show on Facebook Watch, which is currently in its third season. Harvey also has another show that just got greenlit over at ABC, allowing viewers to witness Harvey preside over real court cases. The show will appropriately be titled Judge Steve Harvey and will premiere at the beginning of 2022. 

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