MARTIN Lewis' Money Show which sees Martin give viewers financial advice will not air tonight.
The show has been postponed by ITV due to schedule changes. Here's what we know…
Why is The Martin Lewis Money Show cancelled?
The show has been postponed tonight due to schedule changes on ITV.
The schedule changes were made due to several FA Cup fifth-round matches.
Nottingham Forest v Huddersfield Town will air from 7.30pm on Monday.
The match will be broadcast on ITV4, with live coverage starting from 6.45pm.
The show is not the only show to undergo a schedule shake up as it has been announced by ITV that from Monday (March 7, 2022), the network will introduce a major schedule adjustment.
Emmerdale will no longer air as usual at 7pm on ITV.
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The show will now air half an hour later at 7.30pm on each weeknight, with hour-long episodes every Thursdays.
When is Martin Lewis' show back on ITV?
The Money Show will return on Tuesday (March 8, 2022).
Tuesday's episode will be the final episode and will conclude the series.
In place of the show, ITV will instead air the Everton v Boreham Wood match from 7.30pm.
Who is Martin Lewis?
Martin Lewis is a money expert from Manchester.
He has been married to his wife Lara Lewington since 2009 and they share a daughter who was born in 2012.
Martin first co-presented The Martin Lewis Money Show on ITV alongside Loose Women's Saira Khan in 2012.
Martin first rose to fame as a money saving expert and has an estimated net worth of £123m according to The Sunday Times Rich List.
Martin set up his successful Moneysavingexpert.com back in 2003.
He then sold it to Moneysupermarket.com in an £87m deal in 2012.
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