By THOUSIF INC
Maury's time on-air is coming to a close after 30 seasons.
The long-running daytime talk show hosted by Maury Povich has been confirmed to stop production this year.
This will mark more than 3,600 episodes produced after 30 seasons on the air.
Reps from NBCUniversal confirmed that new episodes will air through until September.
It is also confirmed that reruns of Maury will continue to air in syndication even after production on the show ends.
Fans may recall that Maury began in 1991 as The Maury Povich Show but had its title reworked to just Maury in 1998.
The series became iconic for featuring ordinary people as guests rather than celebrities.
Tracie Wilson addressed controversial topics ranging from unusual illness to phobias to relationship infidelity.
Tracie Wilson, EVP for NBCUniversal Syndication Studios, explained that the current season would be the last and wished Maury luck for the future.
"Maury and I decided two years ago that this season would be the farewell season for the show, and while his retirement is bittersweet."
"We are so happy for him to be able to spend more time on the golf course," she shared.
"Maury is a television icon, a pop-culture legend, and we could not be more proud to have been a part of his incredible career."