Big Brother is returning to our screens, but this time instead of Ch4 it will be on Channel 5, it will be starting with the celebrities entering the house and having their turn showing themselves up as has-been actors and those looking to try and possibly get their careers back on course!
Then The Public join the abomination!!!!
Then it will be the turn of the general public, where we will see more of lifes tragedies making complete idiots of themselves in the hope of winning that big money prize and fame at the end of the shows run.
But do we really need this abomination on our TV screens, I would have to say “No” there are plenty of other brilliant shows that may have never got of the ground and are still sitting in a cupboard somewhere in script form, just waiting to be taken on and made in to the a new TV series.
My Humble Point Of View
I believe that shows such as Big Brother are just a waste of time and money, money which could be spent on new up and coming directors, script writers and producers etc. that deserve a chance in showing what they can do, instead of a bunch of idiots running around screaming at each other and asking who pinched their cornflakes!!
Yes, you guessed it right I can’t stand the show and that’s my opinion, if you don’t like it then tough, I know there are a lot of fans of the show out there, that will watch live feeds of the show even when nothing is going on, voyeuristic tendencies at their best you could say (Oh wait Channel 5 dropped the live feed :lol: )!
The Last Say!
So my hat is off to those have nothing better with their time than watch all this rubbish, but it’s your life, you waste it how you want to!!!
- Daily Star promises ‘friskiest ever’ Celebrity Big Brother | Media Monkey (guardian.co.uk)
- Channel 5 Launching Big Brother with Apps (receptional.com)
- Brian Dowling confirmed as new host of Big Brother (heatworld.com)
- Who Will Return to Compete in Big Brother Eviction Twist? (toshmen.wordpress.com)
- Big Brother 2011: I look up to Davina McCall, says host Brian Dowling (mirror.co.uk)