Turn it up!
...doesn't this speak volumes from how they have well and truly stuffed up this series with all of those Intruders and 'house guests'?... all those stupid Timebomb twists and turns and constant rehashing of the same old same old tasks etc?... perhaps the public are sick and tired of constant arguments and hatred and ill will that happens all of the time now?... perhaps the public want to see Big Brother go back to it's origins and be what it started out as... a social experiment with a bunch of complete strangers thrown into the house and left alone with no contact from the outside world whatsoever to see how they cope with it naturally... to see social interaction at work as it really is and not a product of manipulation from producers looking for sensationalism?... no more attempts at fake storylines or manufactured inferences at 'romances' etc?... no more 'what if' scenarios etc?...
...colour me silly but could the public be doing this to teach the producers of the show a lesson?... would they have possibly not bothered to ring up and vote at all being that they had no choice on who to evict naturally?... (except the second last week perhaps?)... by not bothering to ring did they cause loss of revenue for them thereby causing them to allegedly 'go broke' and way over budget?... could the public finally be saying to the producers... NO MORE BASTARDISATION OF BIG BROTHER?????... just saying... anyhow no more of my phsyco-babble... here is the article from this website below... cheers.
Big Brother 2015 was the least watched series EVER with lowest viewing figures to date
Posted July 19, 2015 12:53 by Josh Darvill
This year's Big Brother has become the lowest rated series to date with viewing figures down to just over a million viewers.
On average, 1.13 million viewers have tuned in nightly across the past 66 days up until the final last Thursday night.
It makes BB 2015 the least watched run in the show's history and the third yearly consecutive decline for viewing figures.
The current run was down on average 102,000 viewers on last year and 360,000 on the year before that.
There however have been some highs over the past ten weeks: Numbers hit 1.4 million for the Time Warp twist week involving Helen Wood, Brian Belo and Nikki Grahame.
But the show's average was pulled down by its very slow start with numbers having been as low as 640,000 viewers in Week 2.
The controversial four in, four out twist ended up helping ratings in general but only slightly with an average of 100,000 more viewers in the weeks after compared to the shows before.
As for the last final week, the series ended as it began, with a whimper rather than a bang.
An average of 1.13 million tuned in for the last few episodes, a decline on the previous four weeks.
Just 1.3 million tuned in for the final itself as Chloe Wilburn was crowned the winner and took away £116,100 in prize money.
Great post and yes, it would be amazing if they went back to the old tried and tested format. It was what made us fall in love with big brother. *sigh*