Good Morning Britain fans appear to be missing their weekday fix as the show remains off air.
The ITV news programme was last hosted by Susanna Reid, Ben Shephard and Kate Garraway on Christmas Day.
However, this was a pre-recorded episode.
It is not clear when the episode was filmed but it was likely to be during Susanna’s last week on the show between December 13 and 17.
But after the special Christmas Day episode, GMB hasn’t been back on screens.
The show was due to air between the Christmas and New Year period but the surge in coronavirus cases has made bosses think otherwise.
It was announced the week before Christmas that the presenters and crew would take an extended festive break.
A spokesperson said in a statement: “GMB was due to be on air from Weds 29th – Fri 31st December 2021 but due to the pandemic and to protect our teams, we have decided to give them an extended break.”
It added that GMB is expected to return to screens on Tuesday, January 4.
But that still hasn’t pleased fans.
@MrAllanC tweeted: “Disappointed to see @GMB not on but @BBCBreakfast is on no problems… Will lose viewers by not being on air people will find other programs to watch. #GMB @CJMcCall.”
“#GMB Is there no news going on in the world no GMB this Martin Saturday Kitchen what’s all that about good job BBC / Sky News and GB news still reports news,” @susanmo22312346 said.
@HazelRollins19 asked: “@GMB why arnt you on TV in mornings.”
“@GMB why are you not on this week. People are back at work. @ITV why am I watching James martin recent repeat? It doesn’t make sense,” @moopatch1 wrote.
@itsLisaMcD added: “I just want good morning Britain!”