- Mar 23, 2016
I don't like the show,or what Mr.Kyle does,it's a tv version of bull fighting in a psychological way.People go on it of their own free will,and it's the most watched daytime tv. show.I suppose it's had its day and the world won't be any poorer without it.Having said that I don't suppose life will improve either.It reminds me of Clockwork Orange not being shown in the UK,or Benny Hill being out of favour,this made no difference to everyday life.Jeremy Kyle Show axed by ITV after death of guest Steve Dymond
"Given the gravity of recent events we have decided to end production of The Jeremy Kyle Show," ITV boss Carolyn McCall has said.
Jeremy Kyle Show axed by ITV after death of guest Steve Dymond
I'm no fan of Jeremy Kyle, I consider it trash TV. However, I accept it gave much enjoyable viewing to many people including our good friend @Dublin 4
However, Axing a TV show because someone committed suicide? There is no way to connect the dots here, how do we know the unfortunate person killed themselves over something else?
It seems ridiculous, strange and pathetic that a TV show ends after 14 years because of what happened beyond the show's control.
Incidentally, ITV have another show called Love Island, will this also now be axed as there have been 2 suicides by people from that show or does it bring in too much cash for ITV with all the products sold as a result of the show?