HALF of BBC1’s programmes this Christmas might be repeats.
The company will intention to have the identical success as final yr by exhibiting the Gavin And Stacey particular on December 24.
Final yr’s Gavin and Stacey Christmas particular might be proven on Christmas EveCredit score: BBC Photos’ Digital Image
The Beeb launched its schedule for BBC1, telling social media followers: “Mince pies on the prepared! Right here’s your Christmas schedule for BBC1.
“After which elevate a glass with BBC1 as we welcome within the New Yr collectively.”
A complete of 72 slots were revealed with 36 new and simply as many repeats.
BBC One viewers have been left upset on the broadcaster’s festive schedule
Christmas Day could have specials from Strictly Come Dancing, Name The Midwife and Mrs Brown’s Boys in addition to the standard EastEnders epic with youngsters’ favourites The Gruffalo, Zog and The Snail and the Whale proven once more.
New Yr’s Day could have movies galore with Robin Hood, How To Prepare Your Dragon and Guardians of the Galaxy on the schedule.
Viewers blasted the broadcaster calling it “the worst scheduling I’ve ever seen”.
A particular of Mrs Brown’s Boys will air Christmas DayCredit score: BoC Productions Ltd
One mentioned: “Jesus Christ as if we haven’t suffered sufficient this yr.”
One other wrote a prolonged message which learn: “Worst Christmas TV scheduling I’ve ever seen.
“First, The Goes Flawed Present have been missed once more. That must be on Christmas Eve.
“You then stick a clip present on Christmas Day (silly thought).
“And Boxing Day has completely nothing! Blankety Clean on Christmas Day can be daft.”
One then posted: “Not a single Christmas film? What is going on?Fortunately Netflix exists to save lots of the day.”
One other raged: “What an absolute joke the BBC was once the channel to observe at Christmas not anymore why on earth do we have now to pay an extortionate licence payment for this pile of garbage. I may consider higher programming in my sleep scrap the licence payment.”
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