THE next series of SAS: Who Dares Wins is said to be in doubt as bosses struggle to find a replacement for main man Ant Middleton — and a new location.
Producers have held emergency meetings this week as the survival show tries to cope with the Covid traffic light travel system.
Bosses of SAS: Who Dares Wins are struggling to find a replacement for main man Ant Middleton[/caption]
They do not want to film in Scotland again, insiders told The Sun.
And replacing Ant, 40, who was dropped by Channel 4 in March over Black Lives Matter tweets, has been hard.
A source said: “Bosses really wanted this first series without Ant to go with a bang with an amazing new location, like an African desert.
“They’re struggling to replace Ant. They can’t bring in a complete novice.
Ant was dropped by Channel 4 in March over Black Lives Matter tweets[/caption]
A source said: ‘Bosses really wanted this first series without Ant to go with a bang with an amazing new location, like an African desert’[/caption]
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“It’s got to be someone who has that star appeal of Ant.”
“That’s why picking one from the American version would have given the series a much needed lift but Covid is hampering all of that too.
“Everyone wants answers but emails are being ignored and it’s frustrating everyone on the show.”