Bradley Walsh fans will no doubt be screeching for joy tonight (October 2nd) as he is hosting not one but two game shows.
Not on one, but on two channels.
I now realize that Bradley’s loyal army of fans will no doubt bark for my blood when I say this.
But I think he’s so overexposed and it’s time to give new talent a chance.
Bradley Walsh is so overexposed – it’s time for a change
Don’t get me wrong, I’m a huge Bradley fan. And I’d rather see him on our screens than Ant and Dec (well, Ant at least).
I love The Chase and Beat the Chasers and can’t wait to see him on The Larkins.
But turn on a TV and he’s been on it lately.
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The restart of Blankety Blank is tonight on BBC One – from half an hour after Beat the Chasers, also hosted by Bradley, on ITV.
So the Saturday night TV options, at least on terrestrial, are pretty limited if you’re not a fan of his saucy, saucy demeanor.
Give new stars a chance to shine
Maybe I’m wrong and he’s Mr Saturday Night, but shows like I’m A Celebrity and Strictly Come Dancing help flush new talent.
And isn’t it time one of these young stars was given a chance?
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Jordan North and AJ Odudu were good enough for ITV and the BBC when it came to reality shows.
Let them showcase their presentation talents to a wider audience – especially since their stars are clearly on the rise now.
It takes so long for a new face to take off and there are so many shows.
Why can’t you even entrust a newbie with a big prime-time Saturday night show?
I bet it would work – it would be fresh, exciting, people would tune in just like they did when The Big Breakfast got a quick reboot.
In the words of Taylor Swift, give it a shake!
Bradley, Ant and Dec, and Holly Willoughby are easy to resort to when you’re throwing big bucks on a new TV show.
I’m just saying that it’s getting boring always having the same familiar faces on TV. And that at the same time on two different channels.
Imagine Bradley Walsh was the football and was shown on prime time Saturday night on BBC One and ITV.
Week after week.
There would be an uproar.
Bradley is without a doubt a great presenter. But with The Larkins, Breaking Dad, and his game shows – including Take Off with Holly – his bank account has surely been topped up enough.
Does he want to appear on ALL THE SHOWS?
It’s time for TV bosses to distribute the wealth. And give us viewers some brilliant new talent that will make us fall in love with Saturday night television again.
Blankety Blank will air on BBC One at 9 p.m. tonight. Beat the Chasers will air at 8:30 p.m. on ITV.
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