Maury Povich retiring from daily talk show after 31 years

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Veteran talk show host Maury Povich is calling it quits, saying he’ll stop making original episodes of ‘Maury’ after he’s been a daytime mainstay for 31 years. Povich, a former television journalist, has honed a formula where most of his shows use tests to determine the father of a baby whose paternity is in question, or uncover cheating spouses. Povich worked in television news for many years, and is married to journalist Connie Chung. He was the inaugural host of ‘A Current Affair’ in the late 1980s. His talk shows will likely live on as reruns in syndication for years to come.

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