Phillip Schofield is facing the axe from All Star Mr And Mrs [ITV]
The long-running prime time show has reportedly been rested for a year, and could face the possibility of being dropped for good.
According to The Sun on Sunday, ITV chiefs have made the decision to drop the programme after almost a decade.
The move means that show host Phillip Schofield could also face the chop.
A source told the publication: “All Star Mr & Mrs has aired every year for almost a decade. So the fact that it is now taking a break doesn’t look good for the future.
Phillip Schofield’s job could be jeopardy if the ITV programme is pulled off air [ITV]
All Star Mr And Mrs has been rested this year, and could face being axed for good [ITV]
“Officially this is ‘a rest’ and the bosses are adamant that the axe has not fallen.
“But there are plenty of people who are convinced it won’t be back.”
OK! Online have contacted Phillip Schofield’s reps for comment.
Meanwhile, an ITV spokesperson confirmed: “There is no series of All Star Mr & Mrs scheduled for the autumn. But it remains in the mix for next year.”
All Star Mr And Mrs has reportedly been dropped [ITV]
The much-loved programme sees celebrity couples answering questions about their relationship in order to win a huge cash prize for charity.
The losing couples are famously rewarded with a miniature carriage clock, a prize often the butt of light-hearted jokes on the show.
Phillip’s revamped version of the show has been successfully running every year since 2008.
The original series ran between 1968 and 1988, before returning for two more runs in 1995 and 1999.
Dancing On Ice: Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield will reportedly return to host the show [ITV / WENN]
The news comes as Phillip and co-star Holly Willoughby are set to front another revamped ITV programme – Dancing On Ice.
The show’s revival was officially confirmed this year, with a host of celebrities signing up for the daring show.