"The Rush Limbaugh Show" is officially off the air. Since Limbaugh's death from cancer in February, iHeart's Premiere Networks has continued to syndicate the program using archived segments with guest hosts filling in between clips. In the last clip of today's show, Limbaugh thanked his audience for participating and he reaffirmed his optimism for the future of the U.S. Limbaugh's show ran for more than three decades and reached more than 20-million monthly listeners as of the end of 2020, according to Nielsen Audio.
His legacy will be continued with "The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show" which takes over the syndicated time slot from Premiere Networks. The show will debut on over 400 radio stations across the nation. The launch is expected to be one of the largest show launches in radio history with Travis and Sexton holding onto most of the 650 stations Rush previously held.
“The Clay Travis & Buck Sexton Show” will also be available as a podcast on the iHeartRadio Podcast Network.