Future of popular BBC show with top comedian host hangs in the balance after five series | The Sun

THE future of a popular BBC show with a top comedian is in doubt after five series.

Romesh Ranganathan's BBC Two programme 'The Ranganation' is facing the axe.

The show saw the comedian, 45, discuss topical news stories along with a celebrity lineup.

Romesh also had his very own support group, made up of 20 loveable, outspoken characters who represent a cross-section of modern Britain.

It last aired in November 2022 with no decision yet made on a sixth series.

The Weakest Link host Romesh previously said of the show: "[It's] up in the air to be honest with you.".

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When contacted by The Sun the BBC declined to comment on The Ranganation's future.

Meanwhile, one BBC Two show that is definitely returning is Mastermind.

It will be hosted by Clive Myrie, who replaced John Humphrys in 2021.

Since 2010, Clive has regularly presented BBC News at Six and Ten as well as the BBC News Channel.

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The show will see 96 contenders follow the tried and tested formula of answering their chosen Specialist Subjects.

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