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This Time Next Year axed

OHMYGOSSIP — ‘This Time Next Year’ has been axed.
The ITV show saw host Davina McCall challenge members of the public to change their lives over the course of 12 months, and after more than 100 success stories, the programme has been rested.
An ITV spokesman said: “After three brilliant series of ‘This Time Next Year’ – where over 100 people successfully pledged a resolution to help their lives in some way – we have decided to rest the show.
“We’d like to thank Davina, the brilliant production team and all of the show’s fantastic contributors for all of their hard work and for making the series such compelling viewing.”
It is said that ITV came to the decision “a little while ago”.
A source told The Sun newspaper: “ITV decided a little while ago that ‘This Time Next Year’ would not be returning.
“Frankly there are only so many people you can find that want to change their lives so drastically and they feel they’ve taken the show as far as they can.
“Normally it would be in production by now but it won’t be coming back again.”
This news comes less than a month after it was confirmed that Davina’s ‘The £100K Drop’ had been axed, and Channel 4 thanked the TV presenter for some “nail-biting moments” during the show, which gave contestants the chance to win £100,000.
They said in a statement : “There are no plans for ‘The £100k Drop’ to return to Channel 4.
“We’d like to thank Davina and all of the team behind the show for the numerous nail-biting moments.”
The 52-year-old presenter originally began hosting the Channel 4 game show in 2010 under the title of ‘The Million Pound Drop’, which aired live and allowed viewers to play along at home.
The show was then cancelled in 2015, but returned in May 2018 as a daytime show titled ‘The £100K Drop’, with a whopping £900,000 slashed from the prize fund.
No players managed to beat the £100,000 drop during its run, and the biggest winners on the original version the show were comedian Jack Whitehall and his dad Michael, who managed to bag £300,000 for charity.

Source: VacationHunter.Online
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