MARK WRIGHT'S 'A WRIGHT FAMILY HOLIDAY' AXED BY BBC AFTER ONE SERIES
Mark Wright's travelogue A Wright Family Holiday, which he fronted with his brother and father, has reportedly been axed after one series on BBC One.
In each episode of the series, which aired last Spring and is still available on iPlayer, the trio arrive in one of the country's glorious holiday hotspots and do what they always do - go head to head in every activity where they can detect even a scintilla of competition.
Set against the backdrop of some of the Britain’s most stunning scenery, activities included zip-wiring, dog-sledding, waterfall-jumping, big wave surfing, and everything in between.
A source told The Sun: "The series was always going to be a suck-it-and-see job.
“If it went down well with audiences and got healthy viewing figures, the BBC would have been tempted to maybe explore another series...
"The Wrights would have been up for it, but it wasn’t to be. The consolation, though, is that the BBC is still keen to work with them and they could be offered another type of show in the future."
A Wright Family Holiday is available to stream on BBC iPlayer.