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A defiant Steph McGovern has insisted that her new show will not be canceled despite registering zero viewers and returning declining viewership numbers.
The 38-year-old journalist, who returned to the screens in September with her new daytime show Packed Lunch after her stint on Channel 4’s The Steph Show, took to Twitter to dismiss the removal claims earlier this week. week.
When Packed Lunch, which airs every day at 12:30 p.m., first aired last month, it was claimed that the show was going to end.
This news came after Barb’s viewership figures later revealed that at 12:56 p.m. On one day in September, not a single viewer was tuned in, according to The Mirror.
Defiant: Steph McGovern has said her show isn’t going anywhere, even though it recorded zero viewers on a September +6 day
Challenging: Steph McGovern has said her show isn’t going anywhere, even though it recorded zero viewers on one day in September.
But Steph insists her show is going nowhere. When a Twitter follower asked “Is the show shutting down?” Steph responded with a stern “No.”
Packed Lunch is competing against the well-established program Loose Women on ITV, and has struggled despite having a variety of big-name guests including Vogue Williams, Oti Mabuse, and Chris Kamara.
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A source said: “It was a difficult decision to take on such an established and beloved program as Loose Women and there is no question that the decision is hurting C4 and these ratings show it.”
However, Channel 4 responded to the zero-rating reports, saying about the zero-rating day: ‘On Tuesday, Steph’s packed lunch drew an average audience of 87,000 viewers at 12.30pm. at 2.10 p.m. and drew 204,000 at its peak.
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Steph has pulled in a range of big-name guests, such as Vogue Williams, Oti Mabuse and Chris Kamara
“Steph has brought a blast of energy to our day lineup and we are delighted with the live shows the team has produced.”
Loose Women is believed to have had a maximum of one million viewers on the same day.
Steph has previously spoken about being ‘nervous’ before headlining her show and revealed that she would blame herself if it didn’t go well.
She said, ‘But yeah, when your name is on the can, there’s no one else to blame if it’s garbage. If it’s garbage, it’s my fault.
Packed Lunch is filmed from a Channel 4 studio in Leeds and also sees a host of top-notch chefs whipping up delicious lunchtime sandwiches, including Jack Stein, Doctor Rupy Aujla, and former Great British Bake Off winner John Whaite.
Rivals: Loose Women is believed to attract a million viewers at the same time as Steph’s +6 show
Rivals: Loose Women is believed to attract a million viewers at the same time as Steph’s show.
It comes after Steph announced that her Channel 4 talk show would be on hiatus amid the coronavirus shutdown, amid claims that the decision to broadcast from her Harrogate home angered neighbors in April.
The star, who is the mother of a girl with her partner, cited family reasons when breaking the news to her followers.
She wrote: “As much as I have loved doing a home lockdown program, I never expected it to last that long. We have decided that it is time to take a break and give my family back our home.
Pause: Steph’s Channel 4 talk show took a short hiatus amid coronavirus lockdown, amid claims, decision to broadcast from her Harrogate home angered neighbors +6
Pause: Steph’s Channel 4 talk show took a small hiatus amid coronavirus lockdown, amid claims, decision to broadcast from her Harrogate home angered neighbors
Steph continued at the time: “Proper progress will be released when the Leeds studio is tidy up, I may still be wearing slippers.”
The news came after it was claimed that Steph broadcasting from her home had left her neighbors indifferent.
According to The Sun, other residents were allegedly starting to get hacked from coming and going from home filming.
It was claimed that “the production crew stationed outside and the steady stream of deliveries for The Steph Show have gone bad.”