Channel Seven has removed Michael Palin’s New Europe from its schedule effective immediately.
Last Saturday at 7:30pm the series only attracted 677,000 viewers.
It was trounced by Doc Martin on the ABC with 1.3m, a Harry Potter movie with 1.1m on Nine, and beaten by AFL on TEN (702,000).
Seven had a disappointing Saturday, thrashed by Nine and landing third behind TEN. In what was a tight week with Nine, the loss caused Seven to lose a ratings week to its rival.
Seven will maintain its British themed Saturdays and replace it with repeats of the ol’ sitcom Fawlty Towers and Vicar of Dibley. As a result A Touch of Frost, due to start at 8:30pm is pushed back to 8:45pm.
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