The Jeremy Kyle Show is no more. TV cancelled the show, begun in 2005, following the suicide of a participant who had previously appeared on the show.
Shows like these exist because there is a huge demand for them. The public wants to sit in their drawing room and wolf down their dinners while watching everyday tragedies unfold on the screen.
So by axing such shows, everyone’s being politically correct, yes, but only treating the symptom, not the disease.
Have you signed up for Primo, our daily newsletter?
It has all the stories and data on the market, business, economy and tech that you need to know.
THANK YOU! You made our day. See you every morning
YOUR EMAIL IS ON ITS WAY. Check your inbox for future updates.
To keep watching CNBC-TV18, India's No. 1 English Business News Channel, call your Cable or DTH Operator and subscribe now for just Rs. 4 per month. You can also subscribe to CNBC-TV18 Prime HD for Re 1/- per month.Find out more