Britain’s long-running quiz show The Weakest Link will take its own ‘walk of shame’ when the show ends after 11 years.
The BBC has chosen not to renew the show after host Anne Robinson announced she would be leaving.
“It’s been superb. So it is a hard decision,” she told the Guardian.
“If there’s anything about longevity in television, it’s about knowing what to take and what to turn down, and what to stop.
“My fee wasn’t cut. I originally said I would do (the programme for) 10 years. I did a year more than I intended to.”
Special episodes of the show will be filmed in Glasgow in December and the final series will go off air next Spring (UK).
An Australian version had a short but successful run on Seven hosted by Cornelia Frances.