Telemundo has decided to cancel Mario Kreutzberger’s signature talk and variety show “Don Francisco Te Invita” less than two years since its debut in October 2016.
“After more than 100 shows, Telemundo’s Don Francisco Te Invita has completed its cycle and its last show will air in December,” announced the network, while assuring the well-known TV personality isn’t going anywhere.
“Don Francisco is a great icon of Hispanic television and an integral part of our Telemundo family, and we are very happy that he will continue to work with the network and participate in other projects next year, including several specials with high profile guests.”
The 77-year-old TV host moved to the NBCUniversal-owned network in 2016, signing a multiyear hosting and producing deal just months after Univision axed his long-running “Sábado Gigante” variety show the previous year.
You can read more details about the cancellation of “Don Francisco Te Invita” on Forbes.