Peter Wright of The Yorkshire Vet discusses the future of the programme when Channel 5 imposes a ban.
Peter Wright, the star of THE YORKSHIRE VET, has spoken out about his future on the show after it was revealed that Channel 5 executives were planning to film outside of the county for subsequent shows.
The Yorkshire Vet is a documentary series that follows North Yorkshire veterinarians Peter Wright and Julian Norton as they care for animals in need at their practices.
Peter, who has been a regular on the show since 2015, has swiftly established himself as a fan favorite. Despite the show’s success, Channel 5’s Daniel Pearl stated that the channel will now be exploring for more programmes outside of Yorkshire in the future. The 64-year-old also discussed his future on the Channel 5 series in an exclusive conversation with This website.
Channel 5’s commissioning editor Daniel Pearl declared at the Edinburgh Film Festival earlier this week that future shows will not be set in Yorkshire.
He didn’t want to make “another Yorkshire program (or) another Yorkshire program with a large family,” according to the Guardian.
Daniel was happy to explain that now that Yorkshire programmes will no longer be carried on Channel 5, he will be seeking for alternative stories to tell.
Along with The Yorkshire Vet, fans have flocked to shows like Our Yorkshire Farm, The Yorkshire Steam Railway: All Aboard, and All Creatures Great and Small.
Despite Channel 5’s plan to expand into other areas, The Yorkshire Vet does not appear to be going anywhere anytime soon.
The show has already been commissioned for 2022, according to Vet Peter.
Peter answered, “Absolutely,” when asked if he wanted to stay at The Yorkshire Vet.
“What’s even better is that there’s another series coming out in the autumn, and we’ve already been commissioned for next year.”
“So, we have another 20 or so episodes coming out next year, as well as in 2022,” he concluded.
Since his first appearance on the show, the vet has claimed that he is frequently approached by fans who want to take “selfies.”
He explained, “I was pretty flattered at the Yorkshire Show.” “I couldn’t walk more than two meters without being stopped for selfies.
“There were those who just wanted to talk to me.” We have a large number of devoted viewers that enjoy the show.”
The vet continued, when asked why he thinks The Yorkshire Vet is so successful, “I think it’s successful for various reasons.” Brinkwire Summary News