Since the WWE split its roster last July with a draft, there’s no denying that one of the most popular aspects of the change has been the addition of Talking Smack on the WWE Network. The program hosted by Renee Young features more in-depth interviews with the Superstars of the blue brand after SmackDown Live, leading to some of the most entertaining segments in the company such as the now-infamous argument between SmackDown General Manager Daniel Bryan and The Miz. Talking Smack has become a staple of Tuesday nights on the WWE Network, but that’s now coming to an end as PWInsider.com is reporting that the company has cancelled the show as a weekly series. It’s being said that this past Tuesday’s episode was its last and the show will now be airing only as a post-pay-per-view program like RAW Talk. Therefore, the next edition of Talking Smack will not be taking place until after Battleground on July 23rd. There has also been no information given on whether Talking Smack would air following dual-branded shows such as SummerSlam in August or Survivor Series in November.