As Australian television celebrated its night of nights, uncertainty surrounds some of TV’s most popular shows.
Doubt hangs over the ABC drama series Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries and reality show The Biggest Loser, while Real Housewives of Melbourne star Gina Liano will announce if she will return within two weeks.
Actor Essie Davis, who plays the lead role in Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, says the ABC series is “still in discussion”.
Davis walked the red carpet for the Logies on Sunday resplendent in a pastel pink Leah Da Gloria gown on Sunday at Crown Casino in Melbourne .
She only returned from the UK on Saturday, where her husband is directing a movie, and will spend the next week or two promoting her latest movie The Babadook which opens on May 1 in Tasmania.
She cast doubt on whether she’d return to the series, even if it’s commissioned for a third season.
“I’m not sure, that’s still in discussion,” she said.
The Biggest Loser pair Michelle Bridges and Steve Willis walked the red carpet holding hands.
They both were guarded about whether the Network Ten weight loss series would return in 2015 even though Ten boss Hamish McLennan had indicated it would be axed.
“There will be a statement coming out soon,” Willis said.
Liano’s future on the Real Housewives of Melbourne has been on hold for several weeks.
She told AAP there would be a meeting with the producers of the Foxtel series by mid-May, at the latest, and that’s when a decision will be made.
Liano has caused some angst among the other reality show stars and been embroiled in a bitter battle with fellow housewife Andrea Moss.
“I’ve had no discussion with the production company as yet,” Liano said.
“… I will know in the next couple of weeks.”
She said despite the controversy and tension with the other housewives, she enjoyed making the series.
“I get to go to the Logies and that makes it worth it as well.”