Back in the 90s, you used to have a variety of programmes in Saturday night. BBC One had Noel's House Party, Bugs and other content.
By Philip Star @philip_murphy17
Back in the 90s, you used to have a variety of programmes in Saturday night. BBC One had Noel's House Party, Bugs and other content. ITV used to have quite a few stuff like live wrestling and some fun shows on early evening.
Fast forward to 2017 and you have someone with a high ego of Gary Barlow. People on swinging chairs on the other side in The Voice. Which is a show where no one cares who wins. What joy of a dying genre no one is interested in vast numbers now.
Saturday night 2017 is just really dead now, Thanks to the broadcasters for putting crap on. Ninja Warrior is just the same thing every week. You know that Saturday night TV is not cardcf for now when you see daytime TV Pointless fill up a hour slot. Bottom line is unless the broadcasters spend money on actual variety of content including silly things. As silly programmes actually used to make Saturday night for lot of people.
It is really actually is sad to me what has happened to Saturday night TV as I used to have so much enjoyment from it as a child. Programmes I used to enjoy watching was stuff like Catchphrase with normal people, Unheard of now as most shows are so obsessed with celebritys. Who I am fed up with as its all about me me me with celebs. Broadcasters should take note not all shows need celebrities in them for people to watch.
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