British television has the flu but lacks fever

Dec 27th, 2010 | By | Category: Culture

UK TV has exhumed  zombies from the media grave and brought them upstairs and then downstairs after an episode of Lewis a program which is More with Morse left out…well thus , Lewis.

It is a choice of boredom and brain destruction such as The Apprentice or the mood and setting of Poirot,  then the re-hash of a long running ancient favourite or a show with the the main character missing from a progam named for the main man’s right hand man.

Strange stuff this TV programming, but then it is so very hard to fill numerous digital channels with something that beats a slide show of holiday photos. Is it not?

We can do better ladies and gentlemen.




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