Ten Pisses Off Big Brother, Idol Will Be Next


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Channel 10 has flushed Big Brother down the toilet following disastrous ratings and Australian Idol will most likely be next.

Big Brother stood no chance this year. It had a hated host and tired format. Kyle Sandilands is TV suicide these days and bringing him back for Australian Idol will be the kiss-of-death for the already troubled show. Not even Pamela Anderson could resurrect this stiff. Idol failed to ignite with Australian audiences last year. Ratings were down almost 20% on the already shaky previous year. With key sponsor Telstra failing to renew with the show this year, Australian Idol is already down on all it is made for, to generate revenues. Big Brother was axed after falling 12% in ratings. Idol will have to fight to even get on the air this year. Channel 10 passed on airing the big brother of Idol shows `American Idol` this year. If they can`t make `American Idol` work, the pathetic Aussie version could well be stillborn.

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