According to a report from TV Tonight, Channel Ten has released the list of shows making a return for 2021. And Grant's Celebrity Name Game didn't make the cut.
Fans of the presenter lamented the show's axing as a massive blow for Grant, who has now lost yet another hosting gig.
"What a shame for Grant Denyer," a fan commented under the report, "I feel he is better suited to a panel/talk show away from the strictness of hosting reality TV.
I hope something comes up for him with longevity like his time on Sunrise and Family Feud. Grant must have a podium finish when it comes to shows that didn’t fire ranging from Iron Chef to Game of Games to Dancing With The Stars. Fingers crossed for him!"
In recent years, Family Feud, The Great Australian Spelling Bee and Game of Games have all been axed after a short stint on our screens.
Though, it seems like Grant is hoping to spread his wings and fly away from showbiz regardless.
Last year, Grant opened up about his hosting career on social media, explaining he was ready for a new challenge.
“I’m lucky to have a wonderful career in TV, but I’ve also been super hungry to learn a completely different skill and stretch the brain muscle again with a good, solid challenge,” the father-of-two captioned a photo of himself flying a plane on his Instagram.
And it was this hunger for something new that motivated Grant's recent stint on I'm A Celeb. Speaking exclusively to TV Week, Grant opened up about his decision to finally pull the trigger and enter the jungle.
"I said no six years straight!" Grant told the publication. "I came to the realisation that if you go in there you might come out a slightly better version of yourself and that's exactly what happened."
The presenter went on to explain that all those terrifying tucker trials and disappointing mouthfuls of beans and rice were all braved in order to inspire his children, Sailor, 9, and Scout, 5, with another one on the way. And, even though another celeb eventually snatched the crown, he thinks there is a lesson to be learnt from the experience.
"They're so proud of their dad," Grant said of his two girls. "They've seen him be scared and try stuff that he didn't think he could do and I think that's a great lesson for them to learn and I wanted to lead by example. You don't need to win everything but as long as you try there's joy, there's an abundance of joy if you try."
As long as he keeps the same mantra now that he has to say goodbye to another hosting gig, we're sure Grant will be able to bounce back from this latest career blow.