Network 10 axes fan favourite series 'The Living Room'
Friday nights will never be the same again
Channel Ten has axed popular Friday night TV show The Living Room, much to the shock and annoyance of fans.
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It's not all bad news, however!
While the network has confirmed that the current format of the 7:30pm show will not be returning to screens in 2020 after seven years on air, presenter Amanda Keller has opened up about what fans can look forward to next.
According to Amanda, herself and fellow presenters Barry Du Bois, Miguel Maestre and Dr Chris Brown will all continue to appear in a yet-to-be-named show in the same time slot.
You haven't seen the last of The Living Room hosts Barry, Amanda, Miguel and Chris
“The four of us will be fronting a lifestyle show, but it may not be called, actually I don’t think it will be called ‘The Living Room’,” she explained on her WSFM radio show.
So it sounds like the changes have come from the hosts themselves.
“We’ve been pushing for this for some time,” she said.
The Living Room won the Most Popular Lifestyle Program Logie four years in a row
After news spread that the show had been canned, Miguel took to Twitter to put minds at rest.
“The four of us are back next year watch this space same time same place, Friday at 7.30,” he wrote.
The last episode of the show in its current format will air on December 20.