Axed: Playing for Keeps, Trial by Kyle, Celebrity Name Game, One Born Every Minute Aus.
10 confirms the fate for a number of profile shows.
10 has confirmed the fate for a number of shows which were in limbo, including WAGs drama Playing for Keeps, which last aired in 2019.
“Playing for Keeps is not coming back,” Head of Programming Daniel Monaghan told TV Tonight.
But there is some hope for more of My Life is Murder, starring Lucy Lawless. The production is moving to New Zealand with 10 to have a second window after an Acorn TV premiere.
“We will still broadcast My Life is Murder. I don’t think it will be this year but if it is, it wouldn’t be much before the end of this year.”
There’s also no more for One Born Every Minute Australia or Trial by Kyle with the latter sounding like it was the host’s choice.
“He hates it. He talks about it on the radio. It’s not coming back. Just ask him! I really liked it and I like Kyle, but it’s not returning,” said Monaghan.
Grant Denyer hosted Celebrity Name Game is also not returning.