A question mark hangs over the future of The Great Outdoors with no new episodes due to be filmed for the Seven travel show.
With more than 16 years under its belt the show is likely to be officially axed when it comes up for review next year, claims news.com.au.
No production time has been scheduled for this year and the show has not been given an allocated timeslot. Unscreened episodes filmed last year will be shown in “filler” positions.
“There is no room for it, there is no timeslot for it, we are all full,” a Seven spokesman said yesterday.
“It is not in the production schedule for the first half of the year.”
All of the hosts including Andrew Daddo, Jennifer Hawkins, Tom Williams or Ernie Dingo, remain contracted to Channel 7.
A year ago Shelley Craft was let go by Seven, but found success with Nine. Reporters Di Smith and Laura Csortan were also dumped as part of a cost-cutting exercise.
The show was moved to a Saturday timeslot after being a long-running hit on Monday nights for Seven.