Lorraine Kelly says ITV's move to axe Holby City is a 'daft decision'

Lorraine Kelly says ITV’s move to axe Holby City is a “daft decision” and believes the show still has many more storylines to show.

The Scottish born morning telly host went on her Twitter to tell of her upset at the show’s demise.

Taking to her account, Lorraine shared an article about how important the soap was and told fans to read it as she said she’ll miss the series.

She wrote: “Well worth a read. I will miss #HolbyCity – daft decision.”

She later added: “It’s such a shame Calli. So many stories still to tell. #holby.”

Lorraine had also previously told actor David Ames who plays Dominic Copeland that it was ‘very sad news’ and ‘made no sense at all.

Lorraine was not alone in her views as fans complained about its cancellation.

One wrote: “Quite right. Are “they” hearing us?..Theres enough rubbish on TV.Why cancel a show thats so popular.”

Another added: “The BBC can’t cancel Holby they’re making a big mistake I’ve been watching from the beginning never missed an episode.”

And a third complained: “It must NOT be cancelled. It’s an absolutely brilliant drama with some stellar actors on it.

“I have been watching from the beginning and it was my late father’s favourite programme.”


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