Since Bee's Full Frontal premiered in February 2016, she has seen the cancelations of talk shows hosted by Chelsea Handler, Sarah Silverman, Robin Thede, Michelle Wolf and, most recently, Busy Philipps. “It doesn’t fill my heart with gladness that Busy was canceled, Michelle Wolf’s show is gone, Sarah Silverman’s show is gone," she tells Variety. "It’s not great.” Bee is the lone woman standing in late-night for now, until Lilly Singh's NBC late-night talk show debuts this fall. “I do think the networks probably didn’t give them enough chance to find their sea legs,” says Bee. “They were good shows, they were moving forward, they were growing. It takes a while to grow an audience. It truly does… they just needed more time. In the late night space, it takes awhile to properly grow your audience. There are a lot of options out there and you just need to be patient with it. And let it grow and let it find its people. When you cut it off prematurely, it’s really unfortunate.” ALSO: Bee has a released a series of For Your Consideration videos to make Emmy voters feel comfortable voting for her.