POPULAR BBC show Gardeners' World has been pulled off air for the second week running.
Fronted by Monty Don and his team, the show will not air in its regular Friday evening slot.
The programme has become staple viewing on BBC Two for many but they will be left saddened to see the programme has been booted from the air.
Viewers hoping to tune in to get their latest fix of gardening hacks will be left bitterly disappointed at the decision.
It is the second week in a row that the show has failed to air as usual.
Last Friday the show was also taken off air in a blow to fans.
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However, those simply wishing to catch class act Monty Don at his finest will be left relieved as he will still appear on the Beeb with a brand new show.
Monty Don's American Gardens will instead replace the long-running series this week at 8pm.
Across a series of episodes, the gardening star will make his way across the States to check out some of the most interesting and unique gardens they have to offer.
It will see him travel to places such as New York and Philadelphia in a bid to broaden his horizons.
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This Friday will see the second instalment of the new programme with the first episode being available to stream on BBC iPlayer.
It comes as Monty recently opened up on walking away from the show that made him a household name.
The TV favourite admitted in a new interview with The Guardian that he will quit the programme within the next five years, much to the disappointment of his beloved fans.
Monty has appeared on the programme for the last 20 years having made his debut on the show in 2003.
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