The end could be in sight for Mrs Brown’s Boys, according to its creator Brendan O’Carroll.
Despite the massive success that the show has garnered over the years, it could be axed as soon as next year.
And it’s all because O’Carroll could be looking to focus his attention on another popular project, RSVP Live reports.
Mrs Brown’s Boys first aired on RTE and BBC in 2011. It ran for three full seasons but airs a festive episode every Christmas – and this year it could be the last.
Comedian Brendan O’Carroll, who stars as lead role Agnes Brown, is reportedly keen to turn his attention to spin-off talk show All Round To Mrs Brown’s, report the Daily Mirror.
Speaking about the show, which previously featured celebrity guests such as Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield, Brendan told the Daily Star: “It’s becoming more of a sitcom and more of our characters are creeping into the show.”
Brendan shocked fans of the hit sitcom by previously claiming he would kill Agnes off if the show got cancelled.
“We are booked to do Christmas specials for the BBC until 2020 but if they go, ‘We are going to drop you as we don’t think it’s strong enough’ then I’d kill Agnes off,” he said.
“Our final episode would be the funniest show I’ve ever written for the first 24 minutes.”
“Then the last four minutes would break your f*****g heart.”
Brendan and his family have enjoyed tumultuous success as a result of Mrs Brown’s Boys.
As well as the television series and specials, the show has toured across Ireland, the UK and Australia.
Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Movie was released in 2014 and Mrs Brown’s Boys D’Musical hits the stage in 2019.
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Source: Celebrity News Ireland