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Ex On The Beach ‘set to return’ after death of Mike Thalassitis

OHMYGOSSIP — ‘Ex On The Beach’ is set to return following the death of Mike Thalassitis.
The last series of the MTV reality show was cancelled after it was revealed Mike – who filmed scenes for the 10th season, which was never broadcast – had taken his own life aged 26 in March, but now bosses are reportedly planning to bring the programme back.
An insider told The Sun newspaper’s Bizarre TV column: “It looked like the show might have been over for good when it didn’t come back, but that isn’t the case.
“Bosses still believe in the format and they’re going to try to learn the same lessons as ‘Love Island’.
“They definitely don’t feel it’s over yet, even though some fans might question the decision.”
Earlier this year, MTV confirmed it wouldn’t be broadcasting the 10th series.
A spokesperson said in a statement: “We were very sad to hear the tragic news about Mike Thalassitis and our thoughts are with his family and friends.
“Last year, Mike took part in filming for the next series of ‘Ex on the Beach’, which was due to air on MTV later in the year.
“In light of the news of Mike’s death, we have decided not to broadcast the planned 10th season of the show.”
Mike also previously appeared on ‘Love Island’, and last month it was revealed ITV bosses have warned participants there will be “potential downsides” when they resume their regular life after the show, insisting there are “no guarantees” they will find fame.
Head honchos went before a Commons culture select committee’s inquiry into reality TV to share documents issued to Islanders before they headed to the villa, which included a 27-page contract and an aftercare form.
In the contract, Islanders were warned the public may “quickly lose interest” in them if they become famous, and insist the main goal of appearing on the show should be “to find love” rather than fame.

Source: celebretainment.com
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