Jeremy Kyle show suspended indefinitely after guest dies following filming

The Jeremy Kyle Show taken off air as guest dies week after filming

The Jeremy Kyle Show taken off air as guest dies week after filming

One of ITV's most popular daytime shows in Britain, a USA version of the show was less successful, and ended in 2013 after two seasons.

However, the cause of death or link to the episode are now unknown.

Filming and broadcasting of the programme was halted with "immediate effect" today (13.05.19) after ITV revealed a participant died a week after filming an episode of the show, so this morning's episode did not air.

The Daily Mail reports that ITV are carrying out an investigation into the episode, which will not be broadcast.

The Jeremy Kyle Show guest who died days after recording the episode reportedly split from his partner following an attempt to prove he was not a cheat.

More information to follow.

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United Kingdom media regulator Ofcom said the show had failed to prevent the distress and humiliation of a 17-year-old guest in 2014, while in 2017 a judge branded it a "human form of bear baiting" after a man was convicted of assaulting another participant on stage.

The identity of the person who appeared in the programme has not been revealed.

The Jeremy Kyle Show has been pulled off air indefinitely by ITV following the death of a guest a week after the programme in which they featured was recorded.

Following the tragic death of a guest, tomorrow's celebrity special episode of The Jeremy Kyle Show - featuring Danniella Westbrook and Chris Maloney - has been cancelled. "In the meantime my thoughts are with the family at this time". He was crying, the love was real.

"Their duty of care has been excellent from the very first point of contact, to having me on the show, all the way through my recovery programme".

The show, which is filmed in front of a live audience, regularly uses "lie detector tests" and discusses relationship and family issues.

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