News reaches the monkey house that a bbc tv show about cakes is now on the move to commercial tv. I have never seen it, apparently moving to itv (my blog).
Afternoon tea is a weird thing and should you be a foreigner is not something the average Briton eats everyday – however with it moving to itv its name alluding to something about drugs and the average iq of there audience i expect that the following will become part of the changed format:
- lie detectors will be used on contestants
- cake will have illegal drugs in
- the police will raid the bake off location for drugs every week
- there will be swearing and intimidation from all
- door staff (bouncers) will be needed
I look forward to seeing say Karen Mathews (a real person my blog) say pass off shop bought cakes as freshly baked while an itv presenter confronts the contestant about her past as a kidnapper while taking a dna test as too who the father was of the child*.
Here is the weird thing it sounds a winning combination with a beying mob audience (my blog), its strange that ‘baking’ became a hit show but none of the commercial tv channels bought it when nobody had a clue what it could become.
Commercial television is so screwed complaining about licence fee funded bbc when all it needed was a large tent, a field and some behind the scenes people.
That’s media studies graduates (my blog) for you. Afternoon tea wont be the same.
* rumoured to be made into a documentary for tv