Britain's Got Talent and The X Factor have already found new homes for their live shows after bidding farewell to Fountain Studios - but rival Strictly Come Dancing has thrown a wrench in the plans.
Next year the Fountain complex in Wembley, London - where both of Simon Cowell's major talent contests have been based since they began - will be demolished to make way for a new housing development.
But bosses haven't been resting on their laurels, as they have already secured replacement studios months in advance.
Fremantle Media, which co-produces both shows with Cowell's firm Syco, told Broadcast magazine that Britain's Got Talent will move to Elstree Studios in Hertfordshire for its eleventh series.
However, The X Factor will not be able to join its sister show at Elstree - because arch rival Strictly Come Dancing has already booked the space.
Instead, it will move to LH2 Studios, a production facility in Acton, London.
Both new locations are significantly bigger than Fountain, so future live shows should be even more spectacular.
X Factor host Dermot O'Leary recently mourned Fountain's demise, saying: "I started here when I was still a runner. I got a screen test and the pilot ended up being here.
"It was my first ever hosting job so it holds a great poignancy and big significance to me."
Last weekend's episode of spin-off The Xtra Factor is understood to be the last programme ever recorded at Fountain.
Tomorrow The X Factor moves to The SSE Arena, Wembley for its grand final. An audience of 10,000 will watch as Saara Aalto, Five After Midnight and Matt Terry compete to win.