The episode will air in daytime and in primetime!

Barker’s Final ‘Price’ Right for Primetime
After months of suspense, we finally know when Bob Barker’s final episode of “The Price Is Right” will air.
CBS announced on Wednesday (May 23) that Barker’s 35-year tenure on “The Price Is Right” will conclude with an episode set for Friday, June 15.
Likely to tape at least a week before, Barker’s final “Prince” will show first in the game show’s regular daytime slot (11 a.m. ET and 10 a.m. PT) and will then get an encore showing that night in primetime, showing at 8 p.m. and leading directly into CBS’ telecast of the 34th Annual Daytime Emmys, a ceremony that will see Barker up for two awards to add to an already hefty pile.
After a number of previous hosting gigs, including “Truth and Consequences,” Barker began hosting “The Price Is Right” on Sept. 4, 1972. In his time as host, Barker earned 13 individual Emmys and three Emmys as one of the show’s producers. He received a Daytime Television Lifetime Achievement Emmy in 1999 and was inducted into the Television Academy Hall of Fame in June 2004.
Although he’s ready to go off into the sunset, Barker’s ratings might is still impressive. This past week a pair of specials dedicated to his retirement — one a “Price Is Right Million Dollar Spectacular” and the other a retrospective of his TV tenure — averaged roughly 14 million viewers apiece and ranked among the Top 11 most watched shows for the frame.