Unbreakable, the celebrity reality competition, is set to be axed by BBC One, with no plans for a second series, TV Zone understands.
Hosted by comedian Rob Beckett, the series saw seven famous faces, paired with their real-life partners and representing all kinds of romantic love, compete in mental and physical challenges to prove that they have the strongest relationship
The BBC teased: "Funny, relatable, revealing and occasionally terrifying this series will get under the skin of the competing couples, revealing these famous faces in a way the British public has never seen them before."
Celebrities to take part were Loose Women star Denise Welch and acclaimed artist husband Lincoln Townley; Pimlico Plumber Charlie Mullins OBE and his partner, singer-songwriter RaRa; Falklands veteran and author Simon Weston CBE with his beloved wife Lucy Weston; Olympian Shanaze Reade and TV personality Teddy Edwardes; Comedian Stephen Bailey and employment lawyer boyfriend, Rich Taylor (37), plus Strictly Come Dancing Head Judge Shirley Ballas and award-winning star of the West End Danny Taylor.
Unbreakable is available to stream now on BBC iPlayer.