Holby City stars ‘set to sue’ BBC after soap hit with ax left them ‘worried about feeding families’

The BBC’s beloved medical drama Holby City has come to a poignant end after 23 long epic years, which saw Jac Naylor, played by Rosie Marcel, tragically die.

The Holby City stars are said to be considering
The Holby City stars are said to be considering “preparing to sue” the BBC in the wake of the soap’s attack.

The Holby City stars are said to be “prepared to sue” the BBC following the decision to cut the fever, which ended bitterly earlier this week.

The final episode of the medical drama aired on Tuesday night, just before the Casualty spin-off was nominated for a Bafta, after the BBC show had been running for 23 years.

The Holby City actors are said to be feeling “betrayed” by the decision to cancel the show and “worry about feeding their families” after thinking the soap would work for years to come .

A source told Sun: “The way it ended seems to have angered everyone. Many people feel betrayed.

“They never warned that Holby would be drawn in, or else they would have considered other job offers.

The final episode of the medical drama aired on Tuesday night


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“They thought they had security and career advancement. The feeling that the show – a beloved series for 23 years – just flopped without consideration for those who had quit. “

Bosses have emailed the cast and crew implying that they may be enjoying a “well-deserved break,” which “didn’t go well,” according to The Sun.

The source added: “Many actors involved in the potential legal case feel they’ve given up their secure jobs to move on to a show that looks like it could work for another 23 years.”

The final episode of Holby City comes after BBC bosses decided to cut the hit show “to reshape the BBC’s television medium to better reflect, represent and serve every corner of the world”. country”.

Holby City actors are said to feel “betrayed” by the decision



The source continued: “Some have worked most of their adult lives on the show and are currently unemployed and worried about feeding their families. They hardly like to ‘take a break’ from work. “

BBC Studios told The Sun: “We are proud of Holby City.

“The passion and commitment of the cast and crew until the final days of filming is unbelievable – as anyone who watched Tuesday’s farewell will confirm.”

Bosses sent out an email to cast and crew implying that they could enjoy a “well deserved vacation”



Holby City fans were left devastated on Tuesday night as the series came to an emotional end after 23 years on the BBC.

Holby City Jac Naylor (Rosie Marcel) made a heartbreaking decision in the show’s final episode, when she asked Adrian ‘Fletch’ Fletcher (Alex Walkinshaw) to write her a no-resuscitation order, leading to her tragic death in the finale.

Holby City fans later learned that Jac had decided to donate his organs, including his heart, lungs, liver and pancreas, to “make a difference to so many lives”.

Mirror has contacted the BBC for further comment.

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