Channel 4 has announced reality TV show The Jump will be retiring from the slopes in 2018.
However the channel said the reason for the show not being made next year is due to the amount of winter sports that will feature on-screen.
The 2018 Winter Olympics will take place in Pyeongchang, South Korea in February, around the time that The Jump would usually air.
A Channel 4 spokesperson said: "The Jump has been a hugely successful brand for Channel 4 over the last four years, however, with such a huge amount of winter sport on-screen at the start of 2018 we have decided to rest the show for the year."
The series is fronted by Davina McCall and those taking part have been plagued by accidents and injuries since it launched in 2014.
Some of the injuries sustained by celebrities on the show:
Strictly Come Dancing star Ola Jordan suffered a leg injury
Tina Hobley dislocated her elbow and broke her arm in two places on a fall
Former Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle was involved in a horrific crash that left her needing surgery on her spine
Ex-Olympic champion swimmer Rebecca Adlington withdrew from the show on medical advice after a shoulder injury
Made In Chelsea's Mark-Francis Vandelli pulled out after fracturing his ankle on the show
Olympic gold medal winner Linford Christie pulled a hamstring while taking part and had to withdraw
Former Girls Aloud singer Sarah Harding suffered a ruptured ligament while taking part in the show
Heather Mills left after injuring her knee and thumb.