The BBC began broadcasting 3D television just two years ago, but the technology hasn't caught on how they would had hoped it seems. Due to this the BBC will be stop creating any 3D programming at the end of the year. Many have claimed 3D programs and movies are dying out and this is clearly going to fuel that opinion. Talking to RadioTimes.com, the BBC's Kim Shillinglaw says the decision has been made due to a lack of interest.
I have never seen a very big appetite for 3D television in the UK
The final 3D broadcast will be in November and it will be a special 50th anniversary edition of Doctor Who.
Source: Radio Times