Peter Andre's reality show in jeopardy
Peter Andre's new reality TV show for ITV2 is in jeopardy after a fall-out within his management company as he is reluctant to start filming while they are still arguing.
Peter Andre's new reality TV show is in jeopardy after a fall-out within his management company.
The singer is due to start filming the latest series of his fly-on-the-wall documentary, 'The Next Chapter', for ITV2 next month but is reluctant to begin after a split between his manager Claire Powell and her former business partner and boyfriend Neville Hendricks.
Neville took over Can Associates TV, leaving Claire to run its sister firm Can Associates and Peter does not want to start shooting episodes - which are due to start airing in October - with both of them still arguing.
A source told The Sun newspaper: "There is some bad blood between the people who ran Can and it's affecting what happens with Pete's series. It's causing ITV all sorts of headaches but they keep pointing to the contract saying they're obliged to turn in a show for autumn.
"No one knows how it will end - it's a stressful time."
However, all parties involved are confident they can sort things out.
An ITV spokesman said: "We expect the series to air this autumn."
A representative for Peter added: "Filming will start in August."