Do agree with that though maybe ITV should have waited more than two days before making a final decision whilst other stories were emerging. If they truly were investigating the programme I can't see how two days was long enough to conduct such an investigation.
As made clear in the cancellation statement, the investigation is still ongoing. ITV axed the show due to "the gravity of recent events" which is PR speak for "the sh*t hitting the fan".
Or as an excuse to get rid of it as it doesn't really 'fit' the rather bland ITV daytime schedules anymore?
It’s got nothing to do with it not being bland.
It’s because it’s exploitative, bullying and vicious.
Apart from all that it was a good fit.
Last edited by Jon on 18 May 2019 7:29pm