Dr. Oz Wants His TV Show Back, But He Beclowned Himself Too Hard in Politics
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dr Mehmet Oz left his syndicated TV show to pursue a deeply embarrassing run for Senate in Pennsylvania - where he doesn't live - and spent almost $27 million of his own money before losing the state by a larger margin than Donald Trump in 2020 The whole thing was a spectacular personal contribution. Now this man is reportedly dying to get back on TV, and the industry isn't particularly keen on his comeback.
"No one in the mainstream is going to touch it," a source told RadarOnline. "You can't alienate half your audience with a political stance and expect to gain an audience when you return to television."
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the dr The Oz Show was canceled last year shortly after it announced its campaign. RadarOnline reports that Oz is "crawling before everyone he knows" to revive his daytime health talk show, but the effort was stifled upon his arrival, much like his political career. His former producers will reportedly not speak to him, and Radar labeled him "too toxic" for TV.
Another source told the outlet, "He can't even speak to his former producers. dr Oz is a social creature who likes to hear himself talk, and it's beginning to dawn on him that he's just [not] wanted in Hollywood circles anymore.” Oprah Winfrey's Harpo Productions produced his show for all 13 seasons, with Oprah supporting in the final days of the race, Oz's opponent, Lt. gov. John Fetterman (D).
RadarOnline notes that the campaign severely damaged Oz's reputation, with media coverage of his questionable medical advice and naked opportunism. But it wasn't just his history as an insanely rich quack that compromised him — it was also the destructive reporting that his medical research killed more than 300 dogs, his speech at a high-dollar fundraiser in front of Hitler's car, and his stupid comments abort about it.
The Wrap ran a similar story about a possible Oz comeback, mentioning that the views he announced on the campaign trail would be hard to sell to daytime TV viewers, who are mostly women:
But many analysts agreed that he would need to tone down some of his far-right views, notably his support of the Supreme Court's decision to overturn abortion rights, in order to restore his appeal to a mainstream audience -- particularly the pro-woman demographic that makes up the core of daytime TV viewers.
There's a chance he's leaning towards conservative media, but RadarOnline said that while Oz "impressed" executives at Fox News and Newsmax, neither network made him an offer. He's likely to appear on right-wing networks, although that might not go down very well given he lost.
"The last thing conservatives want to hear right now is Dr. Oz gave political advice," Fox News contributor Joe Concha told The Wrap. "I'm not sure that many people think of Dr. want to hear Oz after they lost, which would have been - if he had won that, the Republicans could have taken over the Senate."
Sounds like Dr. Just hide Oz at home for a while - I hear he has a lot of them.
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