Sandilands Shown The Door As Channel 10 Axes Four Programs

Sandilands Shown The Door As Channel 10 Axes Four Programs

Trial by Kyle, Playing For Keeps, Celebrity Name Game and One Born Every Minute Australia have all been dumped.

Kyle Sandiland’s court-room reality show, Trial by Kyle is one of the abandoned shows, as is Playing for Keeps, a drama show about the wives and girlfriends of a fictional AFL team.

Trial By Kyle has been cancelled reportedly due to the Sandiland’s dislike for the show. 10’s Head of Programming Daniel Monaghan told TV Tonight, “he hates it. He talks about it on the radio. It’s not coming back. Just ask him! I really liked it and I like Kyle, but it’s not returning.”

One Born Every Minute, 10’s behind-the-scenes reality show set in a maternity ward has also been cut along with the Grant Denyer fronted game show Celebrity Name Game.

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