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The Jeremy Kyle Show ran from 2005 to 2019, when it was canceled following the tragic death of guest Steve Dymond
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Hopes that Jeremy Kyle can revive his television career appear to have been established when a documentary aired allegations of his malfunctioning talk show.
The Jeremy Kyle Show ended in May 2019 following the death of guest Steve Dymond in an episode that never aired.
Mr Dymond failed a lie detector test on the show, ending his engagement.
Now, before a Channel 4 documentary tomorrow makes a statement about the daytime show, Kyle doesn’t appear to have a TV project in the making.
ITV sources yesterday said they don’t know if Kyle is involved in any shows at this time. His agent did not respond when contacted about new TV projects.
The lack of screen time comes despite what ITV television director Kevin Lygo said about the presenter in 2019 after The Jeremy Kyle Show was cancelled.
“He’s an excellent broadcaster and it would be completely wrong to blame the show on the show’s presenter,” Lygo said.
As we reported today, a staff member of the Jeremy Kyle Show told Channel 4 feeling guilty after Mr Dymond’s death. “I felt like I had blood on my hands. We felt like we killed someone,” she said.
Kyle said at the time: “Myself and the production team are both completely devastated by recent events. Our thoughts and sympathies are with Steve’s family and friends. “
Senior Tory MP Damian Collins says he believes ITV bosses know what’s going on behind the scenes.
He added: “People at the top of the company should ask more questions. It’s unbelievable that no one in the company has raised concerns about this.”
Kyle has so far not commented on the allegations contained in the documentary.
Channel 4 said: “Jeremy Kyle has been approached for feedback on the film. He made no statement about the broadcast. We will reflect on his place in the film.”
“More than 20,000 people have joined the program to seek help with relationship problems or problems related to drugs or alcohol,” ITV said in a statement.
“The main purpose of the program is to resolve conflicts and the program has achieved many positive results where people can resolve personal problems.”
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The statement continued: “The Jeremy Kyle Show’s mission is to expand and detail the care processes for contributors built over 14 years.
“It has a dedicated guest mental health team with decades of experience in the NHS mental health sector, who are focused on the well-being of guests throughout the production process.
“The guest was supported by the show and the welfare team before filming, during filming and after.”
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It continues: “If they require ongoing help then appropriate solutions will be found for them, which may include residential rehabilitation, counseling, anger management, family mediation, child access mediation or couples counseling.
“We note that the show includes anonymous former production members claiming wrongdoing by themselves and others, without supporting evidence.”
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