It comes after 34 celebrity contestants have suffered injuries over four series, hosted by Davina McCall.
For this reason, it’s been branded the most dangerous show on TV, and won’t return to our screens in 2018.
Channel 4 apparently decided the show is too expensive to continue making, in terms of money insurance plans and medical costs.
A source told The Sun : “It’s felt like The Jump has been on borrowed time for a while now as the injuries mount up series after series.
“The fact Channel 4 have decided against bringing it back next year suggests it’s not a loved property.
“If it was getting big enough numbers or deemed an important show, it would be locked into the schedule every year like The X Factor or I’m a Celebrity.”
The Jump has been dropped just as current Channel 4 boss Jay Hunt, 50, who commissioned it, prepares to leave his role – making it even more unlikely the show will ever return.
A Channel 4 insider added: “By 2019, Channel 4 will have a brand new chief who’ll want to make a mark with hot new shows of their own.
“Bringing back an expensive format green-lit by their predecessor us unlikely to be on their agenda.
“The writing appears to be on the wall.
“Resting The Jump for a year makes it easier to quietly cancel the show altogether.”
The Jump has left many celebs severely injured over the years.
Former Strictly Come Dancing professional Ola Jordan has previously claimed her leg will “never be the same” after having surgery on her knee after a fall on the 2015 series.
Actress Tina Hobley was still using a cane more than a year after injuring her knee and shoulder and breaking her arm in two places, while Olympic gymnast Beth…