& # 39; I will find myself there again & # 39 ;: Rove McManus says that he concentrates on family life after his pilot series is canceled … but insists that he return to television
His pilot show Saturday Night Rove was canceled after just two episodes earlier this month.
And on Sunday, Rove Manus revealed that he wants to focus on family life after his new series had not started in Ten's pilot week last month.
& # 39; I have never had any hesitation in playing the monster or superhero, or whatever, when playing with my daughter, & # 39; he said Stellar Magazine.
& # 39; I'll find myself back there & # 39 ;: Rove McManus (photo) told Stellar magazine that he focuses on family life after his pilot series was canceled
He added: & # 39; But I did that before I had my own child, with my nieces and nephews. & # 39;
The 45-year-old Australian television presenter welcomed his first child, daughter Ruby, with actress Tasma Walton in 2013.
Elsewhere in the publication, the multiple Logie Award winner opened frankly about his youth.
However, he insisted that his TV days were not over and told the publication: & # 39; I am sure I will find myself there again & # 39;
He revealed that he grew up shy and spent endless hours in his room drawing cartoons.
Rove added that, in addition to his work on and off the camera, he is preparing to release his second picture book, Disgusting McGrossface.
However, he insisted that his TV days were not behind him and told the publication: & # 39; TV has been as much a part of my life as drawing. So I am sure I will find myself there again. & # 39;
Family: Rove, 45, welcomed his first child, daughter Ruby, with actress Tasma Walton in 2013
His pilot show Saturday Night Rove was canned after just two episodes earlier this month.
Channel 10 boss Beverley McGarvey later claimed that the network had pulled the plug because Australians are no longer interested in variety shows.
But a former network leader has refuted this and insisted that the new Rove McManus project be simply dropped because & # 39; it was & # 39 ;.
Rob McKnight told Mumbrellacast that there is still a market for variety shows, but Saturday Night Rove failed because it didn't have the right tone.
Read more: The full interview with Rove McManus can be found in this week's Stellar magazine (Pictured: Deborah Mailman on the cover)
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