CATHERINE TATE'S QUEEN OF OZ AXED BY BBC AFTER ONE SERIES
Catherine Tate's latest scripted comedy Queen Of Oz has been axed by the BBC after one series, TV Zone understands. The BBC declined to comment when approached by TV Zone.
The series, which aired on BBC One earlier this year, saw Tate in the leadingrole as Princess Georgina, the 'black sheep' of the British Royal Family - a PR disaster, she’s spent her spoilt, party-girl life plastered over the tabloids.
On the back of her latest scandal her father, the King, makes the unprecedented move of abdicating his Australian throne in favour of his daughter.
It is hoped that giving her some real responsibility will finally be the making of her - and if it isn’t, at least shipping her off keeps her 10,000 miles away from London.
Accompanied by a useless entourage, Queen Georgiana of Australia goes kicking and screaming to a country she has zero interest in beyond the Hemsworth Brothers.
Queen Of Oz is available on BBC iPlayer.