Saturday, March 31, 2007
Monday, March 26, 2007
The BBC is moving reality show Castaway from its Sunday night slot after ratings dropped to just 2.1 million.I don't mind the BBC1 show being broken up in to 3 in fact that's a good thing, but I don't want to lose the other two days shows if the BBC3 shows are scrapped altogether.
The hour-long programme has been going out weekly at 2100, but will now get three half-hour slots at 1900 on Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday nights.
I'm really enjoying it, it is true I have a high threshold for people doing nothing as I watch a lot of reality tv but it's good if you watch it, especially the BBC3 shows which has 58,000 viewers apparently. I have no idea if that's bad, I mean, it's BBC3 home to all the quality 'ooh I'm too fat/ooh I'm too thin' shows. Castaway is a million times better than 'help my dog is as fat as me' and that's a fact!
I'm glad that Jason was voted off, I don't want anyone else to go though as it's meant to be castaway and not BB. Also Jonathan is reality tv gold.
Tuesday, March 20, 2007
A London Olympics hopeful, a bankrupt entrepreneur and a quantum physicist are among the fresh batch of contestants vying for a job with tycoon Sir Alan Sugar.From this is London.
Predictably I'm quite interested in
Natalie Wood, 29, who recently lost six stone on a WeightWatchers diet.
Also I'm amused she's called Natalie Wood.
SirAlan is still moaning on about people not being on the apprentice to become tv stars... umm it's a tv programme and now it's on BBC1 there will be even more tabloid interest plus the last one you chose you sacked or something. It's quite a lot about becoming famous-ish now I'd say.
Sunday, March 18, 2007
9:00pm - 10:00pm
Woo and a hoo.
In other busy reality tv news
Monika didn't win project catwalk BOO we shall miss you Monika Patrycja Rene.
Tara won celeb FA WOO.
Some sports bloke won DOI I have no opinion.
I am muchly liking castaway I may be the only viewer.
Thursday, March 15, 2007
8.00 pm Masterchef Final - go Hannah!
9.00 pm Sleb Apprentice whoo hoo go Jo!
10.00 pm Project Catwalk final - go Monika (no linkage so I don't accidentally see the result as it's been on Sky 1 already)
Me and my knitting needles will be glued to our telly box
Thursday, March 08, 2007
Music mogul Louis Walsh will no longer act as a judge in the next series of The X Factor, ITV has announced.I'd be happier if Ben Shepard was leaving the ITV2 show. I don't really get the Kate hate, it's not like she's Davina or someone bad like that. I hope the new person won't be Cat or Fern.
The Irishman will continue to manage acts off-screen, while two new judges will join regulars Simon Cowell and Sharon Osbourne.
The show's host Kate Thornton is also being replaced and is moving on to present new programmes with ITV. A new category will be introduced to the show's revamped format, while the age limit will also be lowered.
A big urgh at the age limit being lowered. Hideous fourteen year olds? No ta.
Tuesday, March 06, 2007
From The Mirror.
ITV was last night bracing itself for a huge slump in income as all its money-spinning phone-ins were axed after a string of voting blunders and quiz show cons.I'm looking forward to DOI being decided by a raise of hands.
Today's editions of This Morning and Loose Women will have no telephone competitions and the screening of Saturday's semi-final of Dancing on Ice was plunged into doubt as bosses pulled the plug on polling lines.
Monday, March 05, 2007
Sunday, March 04, 2007
Yay Emily still in DOI I know she's not that good but all those Richmond Hill viewers have phones. Also her partner is lovely. The lovely Daniel. Lovely. Duncan and Clare are quite evil.
I've seen two episodes of beauty and the geek and I am hooked. I was watching Shipwrecked's little brother (hutcam diaries) and it just came on. Oh dear. I'm in love with Josh. Oh dear. I'm quite astounded at the Wes makeover.
In other news: a new series of Castaway starts on Friday. OMG. I loved Castaway 1, so looking forward to it.
Friday, March 02, 2007
"If [Cat Deeley] wants to make huge sums of money in one of the few countries that didn't sign up to the trade agreement," he declared to reporters, "then she doesn't care about aid at all. Cat's turned her back on us. Good luck to her and her capitalism." ...
Assuming Patrick was not unveiling a hilarious new comedy character - a parody of a particularly slow-witted sixth-form activist - his position seems confusing. After all, in 2004, he filmed a pilot version of Deal or No Deal for the US network ABC, which announced the show would premiere in March of that year. Alas, the network decided to can it at the last minute - a merciful decision for Che Kielty, no doubt, and one which would ultimately free him up to focus on more ethically unimpeachable jobs such as presenting Celebrity Love Island.