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Viewers will be forced to say goodbye to Supermarket Sweep as the show comes to an end.

The iconic show first appeared on our screens eight years ago hosted by the late Dale Winton. After the show ended in August 2007, ITV revived the show with Rylan Clark-Neal as the new host in September 2019.

Even though the show ran for two seasons it failed to deliver the views ITV bosses were looking for, despite doing well at one point – leaving them no choice but not to committee to another season and might even scrap the show for good.

Rylan Clark-Neal replaced late hot Dale Winton in Supermarket sweep reboot
(Image: ITV)

An insider told daily star: "Supermarket Sweep is such an iconic and well-loved format. But no show is safe in the current climate. Its future is hanging in the balance and it’s not looking good. A final decision is expected in the next few months."

The show was revived in 2019 on ITV2 with Rylan Clark-Neal replacing the late Dale Winton as its host. It proved such a hit it was then moved to flagship channel ITV for another run last year.”

Any TV that doesn’t rank in the views is instantly at risk of being axed, the insider also said.

Supermarket Sweep struggled to gain views ITV bosses where looking for

We don’t know what the uncertainty will mean for Rylan as his job is hanging on thin line.

The star shot to fame after coming fifth place on season nine of X Factor then went on to win Celebrity Big Brother season 11.

Rylan, 31, has since appeared on many shows such as Celebrity Gogglebox and Big Brother bit on the side, as well as hosting for popular daytime show This Morning and even having his own show Up Late with Rylan.

Rylan Clark-Neal first rose to fame after appearing on season nine of X Factor
(Image: Getty Images Europe)

In 2020, reports estimated that Rylan had cashed a whopping £4.5million since leaving The X Factor, we expect that figure has risen.

In recent months the TV Host taken a step back from the spotlight after his marriage to husband Dan hit the rocks.

Rylan is taking some take away from the spotlight after marriage hits the rocks
(Image: Brett D. Cove / Splash News)

In a statement, he said: "I have taken time away from work as I am not in a good place at the moment and am seeking help."

He continued: "I am trying to take each day at a time and would like to thank you to everyone for their support and for respecting our privacy at this time."