The Jeremy Kyle Show Canceled After the Death of a Guest

Updated On 15 May, 2019 Published On

The Jeremy Kyle Show is now officially canceled by ITV after the death of their guest on 9th May 2019, who took part in the British talk show.

Former guest of the show, Steven Dymond was found dead on the 9th of May, just a week after the show was filmed, during which the deceased took a lie detector test.


CAPTION: Steven Dymond

SOURCE: scotsman


The CEO of ITV, Carolyn McCall, said:

Given the gravity of recent events we have decided to end production of The Jeremy Kyle Show.

The pre-recorded episode of The Jeremy Kyle Show in which Steven took part in was based on infidelity.

An audience from the show told BBC that the guest collapsed and sobbed on the ground when he failed the test.

Lie Detector is a major part of the Jeremy show and often features family feuds.

TV show critics previously mentioned that the show put people with mental issues and addiction exposed to the world, which the guest might not have expected.

ITV's The Jeremey Kyle show was one of the most watched shows during the channel daytime schedule/

The show had over one million viewers and was shared amongst 225 of the audiences.

The show has aired over 3,000 episodes within 14 years of its long run, and all of them have been removed from ITV Hub and won't be aired in ITV2 either.

Police officials informed the death of the talk show guest is currently being investigated.