The Ellen DeGeneres Show

The "Ellen" host shared a teary video message with fans nearly two weeks after the death of the show's former DJ.
She expressed her grief on Instagram for the second time since her son passed away last week.
Stephen “tWitch” Boss, the former DJ on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show” has died at the age of 40.
Harris, 22, pleaded guilty earlier this year to one count each of receiving child pornography and traveling with the intention to engage in illegal sexual conduct.
The daytime host's big send-off included appearances from Jennifer Aniston, Pink and Billie Eilish.
Ellen DeGeneres is stepping down less than a year after multiple claims that she presided over a toxic work environment, but the host told “Today” that’s not why she is quitting.
"That could've been a different story," the Grammy winner quipped as she touched on her unsuccessful audition in a chat with Ellen DeGeneres.
The Duchess of Sussex mewed in cat ears, devoured hot sauce on crackers like a chipmunk and held a huge crystal to her face during the segment.
The Duchess of Sussex told DeGeneres stories about her days as a working actor.
Appearing on "Ellen," the "Succession" star admitted the couple opted to "torture" themselves for more than a month before making a decision.