Wendy Williams filming during the kick off the Wendy Williams 'How You Doin'?' tour at Independence Hall on May 9, 2014 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Wendy Williams filming during the kick off the Wendy Williams ‘How You Doin’?’ tour at Independence Hall on May 9, 2014 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

*Wendy Williams does not believe in taking the summer off when there are so many hot topics to discuss.

While other talk shows go on hiatus for the summer, Debmar-Mercury announced today it will keep “The Wendy Williams Show” in production through July for a second consecutive year, reports Deadline.

The syndicated talk show, which has been renewed through 2017, is coming off its best metered market share, up 50% since its first May book in 2010, the website reported. The show also has seen double-and triple-digit gains versus May 2013 in 32 metered markets, including KTTV Los Angeles (up 19% to 3.9) and WFLD Chicago (up 24% to 3.8).

“We believe the ratings strength we’ve seen over the past season and during the May sweeps, despite having weaker lead-ins, is due in part to remaining in year-round production since last summer,” Debmar-Mercury Co-Presidents Mort Marcus and Ira Bernstein commented. “By keeping the lights on throughout June and July, in a quiet period traditionally reserved for first-run shows to take their summer hiatuses, we intend to once again follow a strategy that has worked very well for us this past year.”