'Bonnie Hunt Show' folding

'MomLogic' considered a potential replacement

Struggling sophomore Warner Bros. talker "The Bonnie Hunt Show," which was sold to the NBC stations in a two-year window, will wrap up production at the end of this season.

Season to-date (through Nov. 22), Bonnie ranks 12th out of 13 syndicated talk shows in households, with a 0.8 rating (and no change from the comparable year-ago period), according to Nielsen Media Research data.

The ranking among key women 25-54 is also 12th, with a 0.3 in the demo.

A potential replacement is MomLogic, also from Warner Bros., which is a "View"-like hour of talk based on the website and co-hosted by the Food Network's Paula Deen, Rene Syler of CBS' "The Early Show," Lee Woodruff, comedian Judy Gold and mother of eight, Kate Gosselin.