Former Block star Jess Eva's Triple M breakfast show AXED
Jess Eva's Triple M breakfast radio show with Mark 'MG' Geyer and Chris Page has been axed with just one day's notice.The former Block star announced on Thursday that The MG, Jess & Pagey show won't continue next year, and that Friday will be the 'final show'.
Fans of Channel Nine's The Block are anxious about the shows future after it was recently announced the New Zealand franchise won't be returning in 2023.
The season finale of The Block New Zealand made headlines in October after the winning team's renovation made a record-low profit at auction.
Winning couple Chloe Hes and Ben Speedy were shocked to discover that months of gruelling effort had earned them a dismal profit of just NZ$4,000 (AU$3,046). © Provided by Daily Mail Fans of Channel Nine's The Block are anxious about the shows future after it was recently announced its New Zealand counterpart won't be returning in 2023
The difficult market conditions led to producers across the ditch to make the heartbreaking decision to not screen the show next year.
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'We've made the tough but necessary decision to postpone The Block NZ until 2024 due to the challenging housing market,' they said in a statement.
Meanwhile, Aussie fans are worried this doesn't bode well for the Australian version, especially after its auction day finale saw some teams struggle to sell their house. © Provided by Daily Mail The season finale of The Block New Zealand raised eyebrows in October after the winning team's renovation made a record-low profit at auction
'The Block has maybe had its day…the Aussie season was a disaster too,' wrote one fan on Instagram.
And next year's season of The Block could be a financial disaster for Channel Nine, a property expert has warned.
Buyer's advocate Frank Valentic fears the network paid too much for a row of five houses in Melbourne's Bayside that will be renovated on the show in 2023.
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Longtime The Block host Scott Cam has a busy schedule, but Now to Love is lifting the lid on his life outside The Block.After joining the popular reality show in 2010, Scott (affectionately dubbed Scotty by his legion of fans) has become part of the furniture, there's just no one else we can imagine yelling ''tools down''.
© Provided by Daily Mail Producers across the ditch recently made the heartbreaking call to not screen the show next year
A company owned by Nine spent $14.3million in total on the homes in Hampton East, which equates to about $2.86million for each property.
Mr Valentic said this puts the producers and teams '$7million behind the eight-ball from day dot', adding: 'The Block has paid a premium there, double what we would expect the properties to be worth. It could be financially the worst series yet.'
However, Channel Nine quashed rumours the renovation show was struggling and cited its record ratings as proof of its success.
'The Block was the second most-watched reality series of 2022, and more than 2.6 million Aussies tuned in to see our winners crowned,' a spokesperson told Yahoo. © Provided by Daily Mail Local fans are worried this doesn't bode well for the Aussie version, especially after its auction day finale saw some teams struggle to sell their house Read more
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We know it all took place a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away. But until "Andor," the franchise was beginning to feel stuck in the past.With IP franchises risking streaming fatigue, it’s special that a “Star Wars” property — and a TV series at that — would be beloved by fans and appear on critics’ year-end Top 10 lists (including that of IndieWire’s Ben Travers). Rian Johnson’s 2017 feature “The Last Jedi” found acclaim (and 91 percent on Rotten Tomatoes), but as the internet liked to tell us, fans were more divided. “Andor” represents a unique moment of lockstep, and word of mouth should carry it to even larger audiences over the holidays.