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Steve Harvey Loses Another Job…This Time Little Big Shots

This week has turned out to be a major failure for Steve Harvey (and its not even Wednesday yet).

Not too long after NBC announced the cancellation of The Steve Harvey Show in favor of Kelly Clarkson’s new pilot, news broke that Harvey has also lost his job as host of NBC’s Little Big Shots, a variety show that features talented young kids.

According to People, NBC is replacing Harvey as host on Little Big Shots with actor/comedian Melissa McCarthy.

“Melissa’s just an incredible performer and incredible comedian,” NBC’s co-chairman of entertainment Paul Telegdy said in a statement, People reports, adding that as a 48-year-old mother of two, McCarthy “will bring a completely fresh perspective to it.”

In that sense, Harvey may be past his prime at age 62.

But others have reported that NBC deciding to drop Harvey’s show and the decision to remove him as host of Little Big Shots may have less to do with “fresh perspective” and more to do with a feud between NBCUniversal and Endeavor’s IMG Original Content, the company that produces Harvey’s show.

After Harvey struck a deal with IMG, NBC lost its ownership stakes in the talk show. Needless to say, execs at NBC were not happy about that.

Regardless of who the new host will be, the new iteration of Little Big Shots will air Sunday nights at 8 p.m., sometime after the football season.

Additionally, according to People, Harvey’s producers are working on maybe getting another network to pick up the talk show.

And of course, for those still wanting to still see more of Steve Harvey, he still holds his hosting gig on Family Feud.

New Medicare Plan Saves US Residents Thousands

Virginia ‐ Over 95% of seniors are paying more than $5,000 per year out of pocket on medical expenses – but a new Medicare solution is changing that.

Are you aware that your deductibles and co-pays could be covered by Medicare with a supplemental plan? These special plans are only available to those in qualified zip codes in Virginia.

For a long time, the only way to find out about these plans was to call each individual insurance company in Virginia, and then you would have to decide from there which plan to enroll in. This means calling dozens of different companies. Now all this work is not needed. Thanks to this innovative Medicare solution, you can view all the available Medicare supplement plans in one place online, and choose for yourself which one to enroll in.

What exactly do you need to do? Here is one easy rule to follow.

You have to compare plans. Don’t even consider enrolling in a Medicare Supplement plan without doing this first. Looking at recent studies of Medicare subscribers in America, we just couldn’t believe how many people were paying for a Medicare Supplement plan that didn’t provide them with full coverage. With this new Medicare solution, comparing plans is a breeze. Their network of top insurance companies, and 124,000 agents helps Virginia seniors save more money on their medical expenses.

Seniors in America don’t always realize that they could be saving up to 100% per year on their medical expenses by enrolling in a good Medicare Supplement plan. This is because the information hasn’t been readily available until now, and also because many seniors get pushed into Medicare Supplement plans that don’t actually provide good coverage. Fortunately, a lot of smart seniors out there figured out how to enroll in the right plan using this free service to find the perfect plan.

It’s really no wonder that with so many seniors saving money on their medical expenses, this new service is gaining momentum. They are an efficient source that tries to give consumers access to the Medicare Supplement plans that have the highest coverage at the lowest prices.

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