Here is a look back at the long- and short-lived daytime TV talk shows that have made Chicago their homes. Donahue moved the show's production to New York City in 1985.Filming location: He moved his show from Dayton, Ohio, to WGN-Ch. Show segments include: Christina Crawford, daughter of Joan Crawford, talking about her book, "Mommy Dearest"; singer Andy Gibb and girlfriend Victoria Principal on their relationship; actress Zsa Zsa Gabor arguing with an audience member; and people of mixed race or ethnicity who pass for white.A move to New York City meant "Donahue" could be carried live by 100 stations around the country. Under its previous setup, the show could air live only to Chicago viewers. Since then, Donahue has had a short-lived evening talk show on MSNBC in 2003 and released an anti-war documentary "Body of War" in 2008.
“I didn’t not see it coming, but I didn’t see it coming,” he confirms.“The wild thing is,” notes Andy, “[Luann] had just gotten all the other women in her corner and rooting for her.The lights go out on "The Steve Harvey Show," Chicago's last locally produced syndicated gabfest, at the end of its current season.The host is moving his show to Los Angeles to attract more celebrities as guests.I just gotta make sure, I’m not opposed to dating, but I want to make sure it’s the right man.A God-fearing man, one that will love them as much as me.