Plans for a new £3m-jackpot quiz show hosted by Carol Vorderman have reportedly been dropped.
The 'Loose Women' star was due to front a new primetime ITV show called 'Revolution', but TV bosses decided to scrap the programme before it had even aired after the pilot episode was deemed a flop.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "Bosses had high hopes for 'Revolution', but despite the effort and expense it just didn't work, so it was decided not to proceed."
An ITV source confirmed: "'Revolution' was always a non-broadcast pilot and it was one we decided not to go ahead with. On the strength of the pilot we didn't feel like it was ready to go on to a series."
The show, originally scheduled to be broadcast live on Saturday evenings, would have seen brainy presenter Vorderman putting three teams of contestants to the test with general knowledge questions for a jackpot prize of £3m.
Viewers could also have played along at home by downloading a mobile app at the cost of £1 per episode.
However, the 52-year-old star has now been offered a new contract on ITV daytime chat show, 'Loose Women'.