“US late-night shows have the advantages of writers’ rooms and Hollywood A-listers.”
“Try CNN, it’s like Sky on speed. Everyone’s talking a million miles an hour.”
“The irony of the BBC3 move is that it’s probably the right choice, but a few years too early and for the wrong reasons (i.e., budget)”
“Watching #Humans. It’s rather brilliant, isn’t it. And judging from how shite Siri is, still 100 years away from being reality. Phew.”
“Put some food in front of them and a French waiter in the background and you’ve got an episode of first dates #BattleForNumber10”
Enjoying Downtonabhi on #channel 4 #indiansummers. All a bit too pristine and calm to be Indian though
Picked your shoes? Got your bow tie on? It’s time for the Broadcast Awards!
“Well I stuck with #Fortitude and thought it was really good. Except for the pig. Didn’t like the pig bit”
#Cucumber - one of the most #Channel4 things on @Channel4 in years
“Damn you, @ChrisChibnall, raising the bar for the rest of us… #Broadchurch”
“#XFactor in a tweet: I want it so much. Absolutely fabulous. A million percent. Tragic backstory. Four yeses. Lousy ads, mostly”
“Crikey! Must be a lot bleeping going on!”
“So commandos do go commando then #CommandoSchool”
“Now that’s how to do a finale!” [SPOILER-FREE]
“Can’t wait to see Gogglebox watching themselves win a BAFTA on Friday.”
“Moving away from the sofa look was a good call.”
“Still only catching one in every 10 words. Farewell #JamaicaInn”
“The migration of mid range Indy movies to television feels complete.”
“Those electro Ukrainian men will work at stoner festivals all over Europe.”
“Favourite characters - check. New characters - of course. Death - yup. Nudity - naturally. Profanity - bucketloads.”
”#TheTrip as good as TV comedy gets. Absolutely glorious bit of telly.”
“Farage has the EU confused with Mordor #europedebate”
“I doubt Porridge had the affection of HMP service.”
“Fear I may never be able to ride my Brompton to work again #W1A”
“I keep being drawn in by the sheer incredible thrill of it all.”
“Worried [it is] going to die if too many of the characters carry on playing to camera.”
“The trendies and hipsters are catching on…”
“Poor chairing and structure undermine the objective.”
“Great uplifting watch from start to end.” Read on for the industry verdict on Matt Rudge’s film.
“Seriously trending - and dividing the audience across a wide spectrum.” Read on for the industry verdict on the Danny Boyle-directed comedy drama debate.
“Hats off to @channel5_tv for stealing #C4’s topical thunder.” Read on for the industry verdict on the live debate.
“Proves that globally telly is the medium to beat right now.” Read on for the industry’s verdict to the finale of the Scandi crime drama.
“The Jump has broken me.” Read on for the industry’s verdict to Channel 4’s winter sports showdown.
“Powerful, brave & heartbreaking telly.” Read on for the industry’s verdict on the climax to the soap’s euthanasia storyline.
“My swash has been suitably buckled.” Read on for the industry’s verdict on BBC1’s latest drama.
”#HouseOfFools should not be judged against traditional sitcoms.” Read on for the industry’s verdict on Vic and Bob’s BBC2 sitcom.
“So good I peed in my own fireplace.” How the industry reacted to the weekend’s TV.
“You can watch Channel 4 or Five and either could be called The Undateables.” How TV reacted to Channel 4’s dating format.
“The Taste should be called The Waste.” How TV reacted to Channel 4’s latest cooking format.
“Don’t really understand how people can say this is ‘bashing people on benefits’.” How TV reacted to Channel 4’s Benefits Street, Secrets of the Living Dolls and BBC1 drama The 7.39.