We all knew from just ten minutes, this was way more S Club Seven than Fame.
Britannia High has been axed in the UK after just one series of nine episodes.
ITV1 has decided to discontinue the musical drama, which failed to be a ratings success for the channel.
The show, which cost £2 million to produce, was created by Strictly Come Dancing judge Arlene Phillips and Take That singer Gary Barlow.
“We thought Britannia High would be an all-singing, all-dancing success – especially having the top names in dance and music on board,” a source told The Sun.
“Sadly, the stories of these youngsters vying for their dreams didn’t seem to capture viewers’ imagination.
“The credit crunch is affecting everything, not least TV. A second series of Britannia High was just not viable.”
Seven pulled the series after one episode but currently has rescheduled it double eps to return Saturday afternoons from January 31st.
I blame the show’s demise on Mitch Hewer’s bad hair. No wait, Adam Garcia’s acting. No wait. Gary Barlow’s choons. Oh bollocks.
Source: Digital Spy