Seven is mulling changes to The X Factor which is expected to see a new host -and possibly new judges- if it returns for 2016.
Seven had already announced the show’s return at its 2016 Upfronts and opened auditions late last year.
“Last year we wanted the show to have done better,” Director of Programming Angus Ross tells News Corp.
“We have looked at a number of aspects which we think we can tweak to get an improved performance from the show.”
While the show served up a promising star in Cyrus Villanueva, finale ratings averaged 1.2m viewers, well down on previous seasons.
As the season ended in 2015 Luke Jacobz tweeted, “That time I drove into work and realised its my last @xfactor_au GRAND-FINAL!! #lastshow #6series #pumped”
Ross has also put a question mark over Dancing with the Stars telling TV Tonight, “I would suggest, as it is every year, the return of Dancing with the Stars is dependent on the cast you can get together as to whether it would return this year or not.”