9 items from 2015
The celebrity spin-off of the popular format was revived in 2006 and recently completed its 12th series, with an average of 3.3 million viewers tuning in over the ten episodes.
Broadcast reports that the show is unlikely to be seen on-screen again until late 2016 at the earliest, with a further delay until 2017 also said to be a possibility.
"Family Fortunes is an old favourite and remains very much part of the ITV entertainment slate," an ITV spokesperson said. "We haven't got any episodes scheduled at present but we definitely will be seeing it back very soon."
Regular editions of the show last aired »
Poldark stayed above 6 million viewers for its third episode on Sunday, overnight data reveals.
The BBC One drama dipped by around 300,000 from last week to an average audience of 6.24m (26.5%) at 9pm.
Earlier, The Big Painting Challenge appealed to 3.63m (19.7%) at 6pm, while Countryfile topped the night overall with 6.38m (29.9%) at 7pm. Antiques Roadshow gathered 5.56m (24.1%) at 8pm, and Match of the Day 2 scored 2.56m (23.6%) at 10.35pm.
ITV's The Chase quizzed 3.26m (15.4%) at 6.30pm, followed by Off Their Rockers with 3.25m (14.8%) at 7.30pm (128k/0.5% on +1). All Star Family Fortunes entertained 3.65m (15.7%) at 8pm (115k/0.5%), while Mr Selfridge continued with 3.29m (13.9%) at 9pm (415k/2.7%).
On Channel 4, Great Canal Journeys interested 1.47m (6.4%) at 8pm (196k/0.8%). The latest »
The Voice UK topped the ratings on its first Sunday outing this year, overnight data reveals.
The BBC One talent show's final Knockout Rounds were seen by an average audience of 7.46 million viewers (31.9%) at 7.45pm, up from Saturday's 6.99m (31.9%).
Earlier, Countryfile brought in 6.17m (30.1%) at 6.45pm, while Poldark dropped around 400,000 to 6.56m (28.2%) at 9pm. Match of the Day 2 scored 2.59m (23.9%) at 10.35pm.
On BBC Two, Pompidou amused 665k (3.5%) at 6.30pm, followed by Comic Relief - The Best Bits with 1.20m (5.7%) at 7pm.
ITV's The Chase entertained 3.34m (16.9%) at 6.30pm (161k/0.7% on +1), while Off Their Rockers tickled 3.19m (14.4%) at 7.30pm.
Earlier in the evening, Countryfile interested 6.55m (29.7%) at 7pm, while Call the Midwife's fourth series drew to a close with 8.67m (32.8%).
Over on ITV, Off Their Rockers gathered 3.24m (14.1%) at 7.30pm (120k/0.4% on +1), while All Star Family Fortunes continued with 3.02m (11.4%) at 8pm (198k/0.8%). The latest episode of Mr Selfridge dipped slightly to 3.24m (13.5%) at 9pm (422k/2.8%).
Channel 4's coverage of Crufts 2015 averaged 1.64m (6.8%) between 7pm and 9pm (186k/0.7%), while Indian Summers dropped to 1.04m (4.3%) for its latest episode at »
The adaptation of Jk Rowling's novel lost around 200,000 viewers from last week for its final episode at 9pm, which attracted a 20.4% audience share. Earlier, Countryfile was watched by 7.04m (32.8%) at 7pm.
Call The Midwife remained top of the ratings with 8.64m (34%) at 8pm.
ITV's Off Their Rockers gathered 3.49m (15.7%) at 7.30pm (93k/0.4% on +1), while All Star Family Fortunes continued with 3.01m (11.9%) at 8pm (179k/0.8%). The latest episode of Mr Selfridge was watched by 3.52m (15.7%) at 9pm (252k/1.7%).
Channel 4's Indian Summers shed another 400,000 viewers, with 1.46m (6.5%) tuning in for its third instalment at 9pm (169k/1.6%).
Earlier in the evening, Four Rooms brought »
The Casual Vacancy's second episode dropped by nearly 2 million viewers from last week, overnight data reveals.
Call the Midwife remained easily on top of the Sunday ratings with 8.63m (33.2%) at 8pm, which is down by around 300,000 viewers from last week.
ITV's Get Your Act Together came to an end with 2.51m (11.0%) at 7pm, while All Star Family Fortunes entertained 2.65m (10.2%) at 8.15pm. Mr Selfridge continued with 3.51m (15.1%) at 9pm (269k/1.7% on +1).
Channel 5's showing of Top Gun »
Ratings for the 2015 BAFTA Film Awards were up on last year, according to overnight figures for Sunday (February 8).
Earlier, Countryfile appealed to 7.6m (33.7%) at 7pm, before Call The Midwife remained top of the ratings with 8.81m (33.4%) at 8pm.
Over on ITV, Stephen Mulhern's Get Your Act Together aired to 1.73m (7.4%) at 7pm (107k/0.4% on +1).
The Jump continued on Channel 4 with 1.88m (8.3%) at 7pm (115k/0.4%), while The Hotel interested 1.13m (4.3%) at 8pm »
The Jump returned with its highest-ever audience on Sunday evening (February 1), overnight data reveals.
The celebrity competition averaged 2.59 million (11.3%) at 7pm, with an added 242,000 (0.9%) on +1. This is higher than last year's first night overnight audience of 2.30m.
Later, The Hotel gathered 1.18m (4.4%) at 8pm (100k/0.4% on +1), followed by Our Guy in India with 1.99m (8.0%) at 9pm (273k/1.7%).
Coverage of the Super Bowl attracted 665k (9.7%) on average for the first three hours from 10.30pm.
In primetime, Countryfile appealed to 7.61m (33.2%) at 7pm, while Call the Midwife topped the night with 8.94m (33.5%) at 8pm. Last Tango in Halifax rose to 6.61m (26.6%) at 9pm for its finale, and Match of the Day 2 scored 2.49m (20.0%) at 10.35pm.
Call the Midwife topped the ratings on Sunday (January 25), according to overnight data.
The BBC One period drama attracted an average audience of 9.04 million viewers (34.1%) at 8pm, adding around 700,000 viewers on last week's premiere.
Earlier, Countryfile attracted 7.62m (35.1%) at 6.30pm, while Still Open All Hours aired to 7.85m (34.1%) at 7.30pm. Last Tango in Halifax continued with 6.32m (25.8%) at 9pm, while Match of the Day's Fa Cup round-up scored 2.43m (19.8%) at 10.30pm.
ITV's Get Your Act Together dipped to 2.49m (10.9%) at 7pm (108k/0.4% on +1), before All Star Family Fortunes entertained 2.58m (9.8%) at 8.15pm (93k/0.4%).
The new series of Mr Selfridge opened to low ratings in comparison to previous years. The first episode of the period drama was watched »
9 items from 2015