Davina McCall’s dating show Language of Love has been ‘cancelled’ after a series.

Davina McCall’s dating show Language of Love has been ‘cancelled’ after a series.

Davina McCall’s dating show Language of Love was scrapped after just 200,000 viewers tuned in to see the series finale.

Davina McCall’s dating show Language of Love was reportedly canceled after just one series aired earlier this year.

In the Channel 4 series, both British and Spanish singletons moved to the Spanish countryside to find ‘the one’, with the show making a big twist as the contestants will not be able to speak the same language.

But viewers didn’t seem to like the dating show, as just 200,000 viewers tuned in to see the February finale.

The end: Davina McCall’s dating show Language of Love was reportedly canceled after just one series – which aired earlier this year

A source told The Sun: “Channel 4 felt ‘Language Of Love’ had all the makings of a hit, especially with Davina at the helm.

“Unfortunately, the premise didn’t seem to hit a nerve with the public. It failed to generate much engagement on social media and then lost momentum as the series progressed. Therefore, there are currently no plans for another series.

“But it was a fun experiment and the central format is quite repeatable, so Language Of Love might end up living to see another day.”

Axed: Viewers didn't seem to like the dating show 200,000 viewers tuned in to see the finale in February

Axed: Viewers didn’t seem to like the dating show 200,000 viewers tuned in to see the finale in February

Davina and Spanish co-host Ricky Merino, 35, set out to find out if love can blossom across language barriers in the new Channel 4 series.

The show offers a big twist as the contestants can’t speak the same language, meaning they’ll have to learn a new language should they decide to stay in their pairs.

Ricky will keep an eye on the couples as their relationships progress and if he can spot true love.

The program saw 12 singles – six Spanish and six English – mingling at the villa and struggling to overcome their language barriers as they met.

Speaking to The Sun, Davina explained that the show is very different from other dating programs like Love Island in that the contestants are looking for love rather than fame.

Davina explained that, firstly, the contestants are different from usual dating shows, but also added: “The other thing is that it’s so funny because of the cultural differences.”

She revealed, “There were some really massive outbursts of lust — real love at first sight, where someone walked through the door and they were like, ‘Wow!'”

Format: The Channel 4 series features both British and Spanish singletons moving to the Spanish countryside to find 'the one', with the show offering a big twist as the contestants cannot speak the same language

Format: The Channel 4 series features both British and Spanish singletons moving to the Spanish countryside to find ‘the one’, with the show offering a big twist as the contestants cannot speak the same language

In a statement released by Channel 4 at the time the show first aired, they explained: “A group of Brits in search of romance will be traveling to Spain where they will meet their potential partners – a group of Spanish speakers who are also looking for their own love story – to test if love is deeper than just words.

“Can sparks fly despite a language barrier to overcome?”

Channel 4 continued: “The newly formed couples will take part in challenges and assignments that will help them test their connection and learn more about each other’s countries, culture and languages.

“Will they choose amor or adiós at the end of the series? The international lovers face a major dilemma: break up, stay together for long periods of time, or maybe move abroad to be with their newfound love.”

Love: Ricky will keep an eye on how the couples' relationships develop and whether he can spot true love

Love: Ricky will keep an eye on how the couples’ relationships develop and whether he can spot true love