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Score38 posts since 22 Dec 2019
Granada North West Today
Rather than cutting the series short in terms of weeks, I wonder if they might shorten the episodes to 60 minutes or so? Some of the planned features surely won’t be doable and some of the Florida stuff is recorded while they’re out there so they might already be low on material as it’s unlikely they’ll be able to record the equivalent over here.
Jon8,357 posts since 11 Apr 2005
Central (West) Midlands Today
At this point they should just burn off all the pre-recorded material on the next episode and then end the season there.

Of course Ant & Dec are at their best on I’m a Celeb when there is no audience. I’m sure they’ve have been planning this for possibility for at least a week.

They could show an edit of the first Bradley Walsh undercover and move the new one towards the end of the show.
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Inspector Sands14,480 posts since 25 Aug 2004
Looking at how The Tonight Show played out in America, I think the show might actually benefit from A&D playing to the crew similar to what they do in Australia.

Problem is that unlike the late night shows in the US they're not really telling jokes as much as presenting. It's not quite the same

Plus those late night shows have a massive number of staff, and a smaller studio.


They'll get by and it'll be entertaining, but it won't be enhanced by not having an audience. Luckily for them they've been doing a lot of NTV style hits so that will be very useful
tomo359985 posts since 18 Oct 2009
Border (England)
In a weird way, this could be a good thing for SNT as it will make them think outside the box. One problem which a lot of people have discussed in one way or another, is the series can feel quite stale as they rely on the same features all the time. Not having the audience to rely on will mean they will have to think of new features which could potentially then become regular features in the future.

Also segments such as Win the Ads could be done via phone or Skype, and i'm sure they can still do the seat on the plane stuff with hidden cameras in people living rooms like they already do so i'm sure it will end up being a really good episode this Saturday.
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Square Eyes7,869 posts since 31 Mar 2001
There could be a big schedule gap the Saturday after next, shortened SNT and The Voice live Semi-Final.

Don't think they would do The Voice without an audience. I wonder if they will bring forward BGT auditions, or delay that until later in the year.
Brekkie33,848 posts since 4 Jan 2003
HTV Wales Wales Today
There could be a big schedule gap the Saturday after next, shortened SNT and The Voice live Semi-Final.

Don't think they would do The Voice without an audience. I wonder if they will bring forward BGT auditions, or delay that until later in the year.

The issue The Voice may have is whether judges are in the country (if they're not now they won't be) plus of course the chances of participants self-isolating is rising day after day. For me it's gone from being everyone overreacting about the flu a week ago to now knowing people who are self isolating and knowing off people who have contracted it.
Stay Home. Protect the NHS. Save Lives.
JCB2,116 posts since 21 Sep 2004
There could be a big schedule gap the Saturday after next, shortened SNT and The Voice live Semi-Final.

Don't think they would do The Voice without an audience. I wonder if they will bring forward BGT auditions, or delay that until later in the year.


BGT is another problem down the line. At this point it seems the live finals in May will be in danger.