‘CelebAbility’ has been cancelled.

Iain Stirling's CelebAbility has been cancelled

Iain Stirling's CelebAbility has been cancelled

The ITV2 star-studded panel show - which is hosted by comedian and ‘Love Island’ narrator Iain Stirling, 35 - is not returning for anymore episodes after featuring a sleugh of guests like Scarlett Moffatt,33, Katherine Ryan, 40, Will Best, 38, and many more across its seven series.

A network representative told Metro.co.uk: “There are no current plans for another series, before adding that the series had been “very successful”.

This news comes after previous reports branded the show’s format - which sees the stars take on a number of challenges and skill tests based on what they professed to have against some civilians - as “tired”.

A source told The Sun newspaper: “‘CelebAbility’ had a decent run, but ultimately the format was a bit tired and celeb panel shows can feel dated.

“Bosses are always keen to try new ideas and invest in fresh telly projects, it’s time for a change and Iain isn’t short of work.”

However, Iain is not in peril of being unemployed as he is gearing up to go on nationwide stand-up tour ‘RELEVANT’ and recently announced a true crime podcast with his wife broadcaster Laura Whitmore, 38 - with whom he has a two-year-old daughter Stevie Re - ‘Murder, They Wrote’ for the BBC.

Laura said: “I’m so excited to bring our true crime obsession to BBC Sounds. I love the psychology of it all, getting into people’s mindsets and finding out what makes them tick. In our new podcast on BBC Sounds, Iain and I will take it in turns to surprise each other with tales of historical true crime cases that are sure to make the hairs on the back on your neck stand on end.”

Iain added: “If, like us, you’re curious about how a honeymoon turned into a horror story, or the curious case of the hitman dentist, then this is the podcast for you. Join us as we dive right into the past and encounter some of the darkest criminals in history.”