ITV HAS axed a beloved comedy series after just two seasons – leaving fans “gutted”.
Although the show made a comeback with its second series, ITV has reportedly said the show won’t return with a third season.
The ITV series, which began in 2020, surrounded the life of Kate and asylum-seeker Koji (played by Okorie Chukwu), a doctor who sets up a surgery in the cafe to help her bring in customers.
Speaking about the show, an ITV spokesperson told the Daily Mirror: “We’ve loved having Kate & Koji on the channel but after two series there are currently no plans for a third”
“We would like to thank all of the cast and crew for their hard work.”
Fans were left devastated by the news, and many took to social media to complain to ITV and air their frustrations.
Een het geskryf: “Another great show bites the dust I loved #KateAndKoji.”
'N Ander aanhanger het geskryf: “Not Kate and Koji! It was the most perplexing of television shows in that you wonder what they did to get it commissioned, not once but twice.”
'N Derde bygevoeg: “Ahh I’m gutted that the show is ending.”
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A fourth echoed: “I am not happy. I love that show! Don’t make me start a petition! Haha. Seriously though. Please rethink!”
A fifth added: “This is a gutter I was literally just trying to find out about a third series yesterday.”
Brenda and the rest of the cast are yet to publicly confirm the news on social media.