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Joel Dommett hoping for second series of Survivor

OHMYGOSSIP — Joel Dommett is hoping to host a second series of ‘Survivor’.
The 38-year-old TV star is best known for presenting ‘The Masked Singer’, and also hosts the rebooted BBC programme, which sees 18 people fight for survival on a remote desert island to win £100,000.
Despite suffering from poor ratings, Joel has revealed he is keen to present another series and has promised changes would be made if the show came back.
In an interview with the Metro newspaper, he said: “Fingers crossed … there’s a lot of stuff that we would do slightly differently.
“Like with every first series, it’s hard, so I think a second series would be amazing.
“Everyone seems to really love it, so I’m excited that – hopefully – [we get to] do another one.”
The first episode of the rebooted ‘Survival’, which launched in October 2023, only received 2.6 million viewers, despite airing at the prime-time slot of 8:25pm on a Saturday after ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.
‘Survivor’s second episode was then replaced by David Attenborough’s ‘Planet Earth III’, with the Joel Dommett-hosted show only securing 2.3 million viewers, which was less than a repeat of the ‘Antiques Roadshow’ on BBC Two.
This comes after a TV insider reportedly insisted that the BBC were not keen on renewing the programme for another series, due to its poor viewership.
The source allegedly told the Daily Mail newspaper: “It has come as a huge surprise that Survivor is coming back. 
“It is viewed by many within the Beeb as being a very expensive flop and the general view was that it should – and would – be canned.
“To spend that amount of money on a programme that is watched by such few people surely is a silly way to spend public money.”

Source: VacationHunter.Online


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