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Old 25-08-10, 09:43   #1
Fozz
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Unhappy End of an ITV era

Next week, after 27 years, The Bill will be ending.

I for one think it's an awful decision. I've always watched it from being a young nipper to a father myself. It's always moved with the times, had a good cast and entertained (more so than the shite on Corrie or Eastbenders). Most of the stories are realistic and more believable than other long running 'soaps', proven by the Bafta and other awards it has won.

Around 4mil people still watch it...which sometimes comes in as a 19% audience share. How you can moan at that when the availability of channels is ever increasing? Channel 4 are putting on better 9pm shows above other channels so Crozier needs to buck his ideas up before he ruins another enterprise.

I think ITV will lose more of an audience share than gain with their new drama's. A lot of trust will be lost. I see a long shot possibility of it being re-instated.

Anyone share my grievance?
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