Holby City Axed By The BBC After 23 Years – Deadline

The BBC is canceling Holby City, one of its longest-running and best-loved dramas after 23 years.

The BBC announced that the series will end in March next year and make room for “new opportunities” as part of “the BBC’s commitment to make more programmes across the UK.” Holby City is currently filmed at the BBC Elstree Centre in Borehamwood, which is just north of London.

It follows the UK broadcaster pledging in March to move £700 million ($977M) in spending and hundreds of jobs outside of London to better reflect the UK’s nations and regions. As part of this, it committed to creating and producing two new “long-running drama series” from the north of England and either Scotland, Wales, or Northern Ireland.

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Source: Deadline

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