Warning: This article discusses mental health issues and may be uncomfortable for some readers.
Jeremy Kyle Show it was possible to preserve after one of the program's guests.
Carolyn McCall, CEO of ITV, said, "Given the severity of recent events, we've decided to end the production of The Jeremy Kyle Show."
Steven Dymond, 62, was found dead on May 9 a week after the show was filmed.
Grandfather was "humiliated and traumatized" by his performance at an exhibition by Dymond's owner, Daily Mail reported.
"He was upset and destroyed," she said.
"He was traumatized. Steve said he was pretty nasty on the show."
According to SunDymond's former partner said she told him to "get his stuff and go" when the couple returned home from filming.
The sudden death of Dymond, shortly after his episode was recorded, prompted a deep concern about production duties in broadcasting.
British Prime Minister Theresa May called for the show to be canceled through a spokeswoman that she was "deeply concerned" about the loss of life.
"Broadcasters and production companies are responsible for the mental health and well-being of participants and viewers of their programs," the spokesman said.
"We are sure they must have the appropriate level of support available."
ITV statement in full:
"Given the severity of recent events, we've decided to end the production of The Jeremy Kyle Show."
"The Jeremy Kyle Show has a loyal audience and was created by a dedicated production team for 14 years, but now is the time to end the show."
"Everybody on IT's thoughts and sympathies is Steve Dymond with family and friends."
"The previously announced review of the show episode is ongoing and will continue."
"ITV will continue to work with Jeremy Kyle on other projects."
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Jeremy Kyle Show She began broadcasting in 2005 and focused on using lie detectors, paternity tests, and hard conversations to solve people's personal problems.
She has been criticized in the past for going too far, for example in 2014, when the British Communications Office (Ofcom) said she should enter into anxiety for a teenage guest.
A 17-year-old girl failed to test a lie detector and was condemned to steal her mother, causing her sister to say she was "finished" with her family Guardian news.
The teenager was called a "crackhead" and a "silly anorexic slapper" and accused of spending time in "crack dens" and sleeping with 33 men.
Ofcom said the teenager showed clear signs of anxiety and ITV hadn't done enough to ensure that the crime was justified by the program context.
"The show has ruined my life"
The man who has been dubbed "the most hated guest of Jeremy Kyle" on the social media, has opened his show on the show, saying almost his life.
Dwayne Davidson approached Guardian after the news broke Dymond's death.
"The show has ruined my life. It's evil," Davidson said.
The 27-year-old said he suffered years of abuse after his episode aired, citing mental health issues and an attempt to take his own life.
"It's the worst thing that ever happened in my life," he said. "They laid a spoon and mixed my life."
Davidson claimed that the manufacturers had manipulated him and provoked him, kept him in the room, and pushed him to sign a contract without giving him time to read it.
"They're good at handling – it's almost the magic they do."
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