A popular duo Desus and Mero announced the end of their late night show  

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It follows the duo’s March fourth season premiere of their Tv series. The pair’s on-screen time was reduced by half in the fourth season, moving from twice a week to once a week.

It happens after there was a lot of chatter on social media about a breakup between the two.

On June 23, their series’s final episode broadcast.

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“Going forward, Desus Nice and The Kid Mero will work on their separate projects. Desus & Mero on Showtime won’t be coming back for a fifth season, according to a Showtime representative. 

Desus Nice and The Kid Mero have established themselves as witty social observers in comic and late-night television. The series was nominated for a Critics’ Choice Award, won a WGA Award, and featured President Barack Obama, President Joe Biden, Derek Jeter, Missy Elliott, Denzel Washington, Charlize Theron, David Letterman, Yo-Yo Ma, and many others in talks during the course of its run. Together with the staff at Jax Media and the outstanding crew, they have been excellent presenters, and we hope them the best.

After spending a large portion of the epidemic filming in their homes, the duo had just went to the studio to work on episodes that had generated a lot of excitement and were expected to garner a late-night Emmy nomination.

The Showtime series was premiered in 2019 by Desus (real name Daniel Baker) and The Kid Mero (real name Joel Martinez), who’ve produced over 170 episodes. President Barack Obama, Vice President Joe Biden, Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, and David Letterman, who dubbed them “the future of late-night,” have all appeared as guests on their show. 

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Reiterating that the Showtime series or any other elements of the expanded D&M cinematic universe are not the focus of the remarks now garnering the most of the focus in lately is also important here. Nevertheless, some fans believe that the likely termination of the podcasting may (ultimately) cause problems for other alliances.

They previously presented a program on Complex TV in 2014 and one on Viceland beginning in 2016. The Showtime version is their third series. Additionally, the duo have created more than 250 episodes of the Bodega Boys podcast. 

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