ITV's The Jeremy Kyle Show may have been axed for good, but fans are demanding its return.
The long-running show was canned after the death of guest Stephen Dymond, who is believed to have taken his own life after filming an episode.
Despite the outcry for the show to be axed, the show's remaining fans have started petitions to keep the show going.
Fans took to Twitter this morning to voice their outrage over the show's axing.
Some people have even demanded another TV channel should pick up the show.
One fan said: "#JeremyKyle another channel will pick it up no doubt. Channel 5?"
#JeremyKyle another channel will pick it up no doubt. Channel 5?
— Solid (@BananaSolid) 15 May 2019
Another said: "Jeremy Kyle coming to channel 5 it is then."
Jeremy Kyle coming to channel 5 it is then
— Callum Watterson (@cjwatterson) 15 May 2019
Another asked: "Can we get a petition to try and get the Jeremy Kyle show back please."
Can we get a petition to try and get the Jeremy Kyle show back please
— TeeMo 💯 (@MrTeeeMo1) 15 May 2019
Two petitions had been started up to demand the return of the show.
I have watched this show for years and it absolutely makes me feel better after watching it.
One signer said: "I love Jeremy Kyle and this isent [sic] his fault, nobody told the to go on the show, he went on his own so bring it back."
Another wrote: "Put it back on now as this show helped millions of people!! You cant blame the show for what this guy did!! Shame on you!! I won't be watching your channel again if you don't put the show back on!!"
One more said: "I have watched this show for years and it absolutely makes me feel better after watching it."
"Jeremy does so much good for people who are in bad situations and brings resolutions for those who need it. Bring it back."
It comes after ITV said in a statement on Wednesday: "Given the gravity of recent events we have decided to end production of The Jeremy Kyle Show.
"The Jeremy Kyle Show has had a loyal audience and has been made by a dedicated production team for 14 years, but now is the right time for the show to end.
"Everyone at ITV's thoughts and sympathies are with the family and friends of Steve Dymond."
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