Jeremy Kyle Show suspended after guest death

Jeremy Kyle Show suspended after guest death

Jeremy Kyle Show suspended after guest death

A statement says that an internal review of the show will be carried out before it is allowed on air again.

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

Bosses have pulled all past episodes of the confrontational talk show from the ITV Hub following the death of grandfather Steve Dymond, 62.

ITV halted filming of the show with immediate effect after it was revealed on Monday that a guest had died a week after they recorded an episode.

More information to follow.

The death of a Jeremy Kyle Show guest days after recording an episode is among the leading stories on Tuesday's papers. Watchdog Ofcom said it could only investigate content that had been aired but was "discussing the programme with ITV to understand what took place".

Over 3000 episodes have aired since the show began. "My deepest sympathy to family and friends". In the mean time my thoughts are with the family at this Daniella tweeted: "I've just been informed # ITVJeremyKyle will now not be airing tomorrow".

The popular ITV daytime show was removed from the schedules today after it was revealed that a guest died shortly after filming an appearance.

The Jeremy Kyle Show's official YouTube account still has clips from the programme available to watch.

It is filmed at MediaCityUK in Salford with Jeremy Kyle fronting the talk show.

Steven Dymond, 62 was "sobbing and distraught" when he returned home to Portsmouth, England after filming the show with his on and off again girlfriend on May 2, his landlady told The Daily Mail.

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