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Amanda Keller says the The Living Room may never return to Channel 10

Daily Mail logo Daily Mail 9/12/2022 Sean Fox For Daily Mail Australia

Channel 10 recently announced that The Living Room would be 'rested' and on 'hiatus' next year. 

And the show's main host Amanda Keller says she is uncertain about the future of the popular program.

Keller said the cast, which also includes Chris Brown, Barry DuBois and Miguel Maestre, were baffled by the terminology used by the network to explain the decision.

Amanda Keller is unsure if The Living Room will ever return after Channel 10 announced it was being 'rested' in 2023. Pictured left to right - Barry DuBois, Keller, Miguel Maestre and Chris Brown  © Provided by Daily Mail Amanda Keller is unsure if The Living Room will ever return after Channel 10 announced it was being 'rested' in 2023. Pictured left to right - Barry DuBois, Keller, Miguel Maestre and Chris Brown 

'If you knew what it meant, I'd like you to tell me,' Keller told the Daily Telegraph.

'I think it means, what they have said to us is that we will be back the following year with a bit of a zhuzh, but that is all I know.'

Keller confirmed the show's cancellation on her WSFM breakfast program Jonesy & Amanda back in October.

She said it was partly a network decision to give the producers time to reformat the series ahead of a potential return.

She promised fans the show would return in 2024 with the 'awesome foursome' - comprising Amanda, Miguel, Barry Du Bois and Dr Chris Brown - resuming hosting duties.

Keller said it was a 'sad' but necessary move, with the year-long hiatus required to ensure The Living Room has a 'brilliant' comeback.

The Living Room had been nominated for countless awards, including Best Lifestyle Program at this year’s AACTA Awards in Sydney on Wednesday. The cast are pictured on the red carpet   © Provided by Daily Mail The Living Room had been nominated for countless awards, including Best Lifestyle Program at this year’s AACTA Awards in Sydney on Wednesday. The cast are pictured on the red carpet  

While the show has been on-air for 11 years and has run 417 episodes, this isn't the first time The Living Room has experienced an uncertain future. 

It was temporarily axed by their network in 2019 after eight seasons had aired.

The decision was motivated by cutting costs. 

A few months later, it was renewed before it returned in July 2020.

The Living Room had been nominated for countless awards, including Best Lifestyle Program at this year’s AACTA Awards in Sydney on Wednesday. 

It has also won four Logies from 12 nominations.

Keller confirmed the show's cancellation on her WSFM breakfast program Jonesy & Amanda back in October  © Provided by Daily Mail Keller confirmed the show's cancellation on her WSFM breakfast program Jonesy & Amanda back in October  Read more

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