Chrissie Swan, Dave Hughes, spill on Masked Singer fate.

Osher Günsberg has also addressed speculation about The Bachelor franchise.

Following TV Tonight‘s story that The Masked Singer is in doubt for 2024, its celebrity panellists have now weighed in.

On 2DayFM Dave Hughes said, “We’ve been waiting on a production schedule. That production schedule has not come through, so as far as I know, The Masked Singer won’t be filmed this year for Channel 10.

“We’ve had such a great time over those years, it’s been such a fun show to be on, so many great singers have been on,” he continued. “We’ve had great panels. We started with Jackie O, Dannii Minogue, [Lindsay] Lohan, then Urzila Carlson came in, we’ve got Abbie Chatfield, Chrissy Swan, Mel B. All stars in their own right.

“It’s a tough one for the production team.”

Hughes added, “I think it will come back, I don’t know when, but I’d say that for the Channel 10 budget this year – doesn’t have enough money for it.”

“Apparently it’s an expensive show to produce.”

Chrissie Swan on Nova also said of its 2024 fate, “It was a beautiful time and we loved it, but no.”

A 10 spokesperson said, “We are currently confirming our program schedule for the second half of the year, with announcements being made soon.”

Meanwhile Osher Günsberg also addressed speculation The Bachelor franchise was also facing the chop.

“I tell you what, I haven’t cancelled our trip to Fiji, which is in the middle of the shooting window we normally have [for The Bachelor],” Günsberg told 2DayFM.

Both shows are produced by Warner Bros International TV Australia.

Source: news.com.au

2 Responses

  1. Tough decision on Ten.
    I note that Paramount+ is sharing more shows first on that streaming platform not just dramas now.
    Obviously for revenue, but times are tough for households too!

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