Wednesday, 15 July, 2020

‘Up Late with Rylan’ will not return for a second series on Channel 5!

Channel 5 have axed ‘Up Late with Rylan’, it has been confirmed it will not return for a second series.

Channel 5 have confirmed that Rylan’s chat show will not be coming back for a second series despite Rylan Clark-Neal revealing recently that it would.

The chat show aired four nights a week last May and Rylan interviewed guests on the show as well as played games with his audience.

Rylan recently revealed that his chat show would return for a new series.

“It will come back. Maybe a little bit differently,” he told the Radio Times.

“It’s just about fitting it in. I really enjoyed it and the whole series of Up Late with Rylan.

“By the end of it we really did make a good hour-long chat show which was fun, well-produced and it looked good.”

A rep for the show has now revealed that it won’t return: “Up Late with Rylan ran as part of Channel 5’s Summer of Entertainment and Comedy event last year.

“Rylan is a great talent and we look forward to exploring new formats with him in the future.”

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