Tag: TV

Netflix to buy ITV 1970s comedy, Crossroads and Mrs Brown’s Boys

Netflix is to reduce streaming quality by buying ITV’s 1970s comedy, back episodes of Crossroads and Mrs Brown’s Boys.

I’m a man! and that is the joke

The Internet is struggling to cope with the increased demand, caused by so many people self-isolating and home working. As a result, the streaming giant needs to reduce the amount of material being downloaded from its servers.

What do you mean Mrs Brown’s Boys is poor quality?

Police hunt for the last Australian yet to appear in Neighbours

Australian police have begun a nationwide search for Bruce ‘Cobber’ McNapton, the last remaining Australian not to have appeared in Neighbours.

Following its launch in 1985, Neighbours has become Australia’s most successful media export, exceeding the international sales of noted film heart-throb and racist, Mel Gibson.

Hey Bruce, Where are you?

Jeremy Clarkson comes out as a Caravaneer

The latest celebrity to join the ‘coming out’ trend is Jeremy Clarkson, who stunned some people when he took to breakfast TV to publicly admitted his love of caravans.

In his statement, he revealed his life long passion for all things caravany. “It has always been an obsession of mine. When I was a kid I fell in love with the damn things, the way they swayed in a light breeze, let in the rain on a sunny day and held up all the traffic on the A303. Bliss!”

“It’s their beauty, elegance and complete uselessness that does it for” says JC

Prince William calls for more diversity, just not in his own family

Prince William calls for the working class to be more diverse by ensuring that entertainment industry awards reflect wider society. Without any hint of irony, the Prince castigated the audience for holding an award ceremony to reward rich white folks with limited talent.

Celebrating Diversity!
You’ve got to let in more of them!

Phillip Schofield has come out live on national television

“I just wasn’t being honest with myself, my family and friends, or the public. I’ve known about this for some time now. It’s time to admit to everyone that although I’ve been on television for 27 years, I’ve contributed nothing of any significant cultural value.

I admit it, I’ve done nothing of any cultural value in 27 years on TV!