Living room It will end on Network 10 at 7.30pm, after 10 seasons on the air. The network insists the show is just a “respite” for 2023 but Keeler reveals this Tonight TV She was not pinning her hopes on returning to the screens.
“We’ve been told to relax and get adjusted, fluff up the pillows and play again, hopefully next year. My worry as always is TV like a fast-moving river. The four of us as a force is a rare thing,” she told the outlet.
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“But it’s kind of a question that we’re all going to be available at the same time. That’s the risk that Channel 10 is taking here. That’s what bothers me, I guess.”
Keeler said she and her co-hosts — Chris Brown, Miguel Maestre and Barry Dubois — will all inevitably move on to other projects next year, making it a “huge request” to reunite them all for the reboot. Living room Season down the track.
And she also has some brutally honest words to the show that have always led up to their time, The project.
“I’m a fan of Channel 10 that you’ve stuck with The project for a long time,” she said Tonight TVHowever, he said that the program’s poor rating compared to its competitors on other channels meant Living room He always started out at a disadvantage.
“We are against Better Homes and Gardens, Gardening Australia We do our best to retain our capabilities in this capacity. I love that it’s a lifestyle night. But you know, they get a rating of 900,000 news or something like that,” she said.
“It’s harder than any program on Channel 10 at 7.30.”
Keeler comments The project It is undergoing a “mass exodus” of on-air talent, with Carrie Bickmore, Lisa Wilkinson, and Peter Hellyar all leaving the show.
Meanwhile, this morning on WSFM 101.7’s Jonesy & Amanda, she’s joined by Keller Living room co-hosts to discuss what fans can expect from tonight’s big finale.
Chris Brown said that Tenn’s decision to rest the show “seems a little strange”.
“We are the luckiest people on earth, and we are about to lose that bond,” Dubois said.
But Keller promised them they’d go out with a bang, with a special festive finale that will air tonight.
“The Tonight Show is such a supernatural,” she said. “The last part is we look back at 11 years, and we all went super high. Even Chris Brown.”