Andrew Cam, executive producer of Everybody Dance Now has left the series according to media reports today, although there is conflicting information about when he departed.
News Limited claims he “left the show on the back of its disastrous ratings figures,” and says the network line is he has resigned due to personal reasons.
But TEN and FremantleMedia claim he left prior to its debut on August 12th.
TV Tonight understands he was co-exec producer who left prior to the premiere due to both family and production reasons and others have left since.
Sandra Fulloon (Australian Idol) is now in charge of the struggling series, which landed fifth in its timeslot on Sunday.
There is speculation the show will shift to ELEVEN but it is still set to screen at 7:30pm this Sunday, despite TEN revamping the 6:30 lead in late yesterday afternoon.
Tonight TEN unveils its latest programming hope, I Will Survive, also from FremantleMedia, which goes up against another FMA series, The X Factor and Nine’s Big Brother -both are former TEN brands.
FremantleMedia did not return calls.