the jeremy kyle show
“I’ve felt hunted and made out to be responsible for everything that ever took place around that show. But I was just the face of it.”
A preliminary hearing into the death of The Jeremy Kyle Show participant Steve Dymond has opened.
This Morning fans could be set for an extra 30 minutes of Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.
Judge Rinder Blasts ‘Hypocritical’ Jeremy Kyle Show Critics Who Suggested Guests Were A ‘Feral Underclass'
The daytime show was cancelled by ITV in May following the death of one of its guests.
The construction worker was found dead after failing a lie detector test.
Anonymous producer claims some staff “would smoke weed with guests in the hotels the day before to keep them happy”.
"It is a very dangerous and serious weapon."
Ofcom Says 'Alarm Bells' Were Ringing About Certain Shows' Practices Prior To Jeremy Kyle Cancellation
ITV has requested more time to report their findings on The Jeremy Kyle Show.
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"They’re preying on people’s insecurities," says celebrity participant Alex Reid.
The new season will debut on BBC One next month.
Steve Dymond, 63, died a week after filming an episode.
There will be a full independent review of the genre in light of recent events.
"So much snobbery and hypocrisy being spewed by his critics."
He claimed his father was left in “a highly emotional state following the recording”.
"Those in need are practically made to beg for Jeremy’s help."
"Now is the right time for the show to end."
We Brits have a lot to be proud of, but Jeremy Kyle taught us we are also capable of a sadistic, gawping, perverse glee in the misfortune of others reminding us that while things may be bad, ‘at least we’re not this poor bugger’.
They have issued a full statement detailing their procedures.
"This decision is not in any way a reflection on the show."
ITV have cancelled The Jeremy Kyle Show following the death of a guest shortly after filming. ITV are conducting a review into the episode, while all previous episodes have been removed from the ITV Hub. The daytime show, often involving DNA and lie detector tests, has been a regular on ITV since 2005.