Shock as major TV shows axed by Channel Seven despite strong ratings

Channel Seven will be ditching some of its big name shows in 2024, according to a new report. 

This is Your Life will not proceed with further episodes, TV Central reported on Monday.

It comes as a surprise, seeing as the program was pulling in decent ratings before facing the axe. 

An episode late last year featuring Tina Arena in the hot seat, proved to be a ratings winner.

About 532,000 metro viewers tuned in to watch the pop star take a trip down memory lane with host Melissa Doyle.

Channel Seven will be ditching some of its big name shows in 2024, according to a new report. This is Your Life will not proceed with further episodes, TV Central reported on Monday

Also set to face the chopping block are reality show’s Australia’s Got Talent and Million Dollar Island.

It’s less of a shock for Million Dollar Island, as the much hyped reality series turned out to be a flop with fans and was slammed as an ‘amateurish version of Survivor’.

After scoring 409,000 in the metro ratings for its premiere, viewers quickly deserted the series over the following two nights.

Also set to face the chopping block is reality show Australia’s Got Talent (pictured)

Also set to face the chopping block is reality show Australia’s Got Talent (pictured) 

It managed to pull in a mere 273,000 viewers on the following Tuesday and Wednesday in the major centres.

The series was created by the team behind Big Brother, and was hosted by SAS Australia’s Ant Middleton. 

Filmed in Malaysia, the format saw 100 contestants compete for $1million in a survival game set on a remote island.

TV Central reports that Blow Up and We Interrupt This Broadcast are also set cease in 2024. 

It's less of a shock for Million Dollar Island, as the much hyped reality series turned out to be a flop with fans and was slammed as an 'amateurish version of Survivor' and has been axed

It’s less of a shock for Million Dollar Island, as the much hyped reality series turned out to be a flop with fans and was slammed as an ‘amateurish version of Survivor’ and has been axed 

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