Axed | Jeremy Kyle Show furore holds harsh HR lessons

Jeremy Kyle Show furore holds harsh HR lessons

The news that ITV has axed The Jeremy Kyle Show following the death of a guest on the programme has sparked mixed debates on social media – BBC reports.

Damian Collins MP, Chair of the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Select Committee said that ITV made the right decisions. He added: "However, that should not be the end of the matter. There needs to be an independent review of the duty of care TV companies have to participants in reality TV shows."

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Comments (1)

  • Dave
    Thu, 16 May 2019 1:21pm BST
    About time we got rid of this show, and hopefully other shows like it.

    Targeting the most vulnerable and troubled people for entertainment purposes.

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