ITV have taken the determination to not broadcast the last episode of Viewpoint on Friday night (April 30) in the wake of allegations made towards the main man Noel Clarke.
The actor was suspended by BAFTA, and his current Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award was suspended, after allegations of great misconduct which have been printed in a Guardian report.
Clarke has denied the allegations made by the 20 ladies by way of his lawyer.
A spokesperson for the tv channel has confirmed the finale will now solely be proven on ITV Hub, for 2 days, which is able to enable invested viewers to conclude the series.
An ITV spokesperson stated: “ITV has a zero tolerance coverage to bullying, harassment and victimisation and sturdy procedures in place to examine and cope with any complaints. We strongly consider that everybody deserves to work in a supportive and secure atmosphere.
“In mild of the very critical nature of the allegations towards Noel Clarke raised by 20 ladies in the Guardian’s report, ITV has determined it is now not acceptable to broadcast the last episode of the drama Viewpoint on ITV essential channel this night.
“We are aware that a few of our viewers have already invested 4 hours of their time over the previous 4 nights in following this thriller which was due to conclude this night, and so they have but to see the last episode.
“As such we plan to make it accessible on ITV Hub tonight for a restricted time for any viewers who want to search it out, and watch its conclusion.”
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Viewpoint follows the story of DC Martin Young (Noel Clarke) who units up a secret viewpoint to watch a person who is beneath suspicion for being concerned in the disappearance of his lacking college instructor girlfriend.
Four episodes of the five-part drama have aired each night time this week.
Viewpoint was scheduled to conclude the explosive storyline tonight however some followers have stated they’d not be tuning in to watch its conclusion.
It’ll Be Alright on the Night will now air on ITV rather than Viewpoint.
*Viewpoint is accessible on ITV Hub till Sunday night time.