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CC100184 posts since 20 Feb 2004
Hi
This may be a daft thing to ask but does it have high viewing figures as they make news eries quickly and the live show comes around often.

By the way do you like the live show better than the recorded one?
I do.
Derek Acorah is a ledg.
ozsat110 posts since 23 Dec 2001
Well, MediaGuardian says the following about last night "ITV3 was also the second most watched multichannel service between its launch at 9pm last night and 2am, beaten only by Living TV. ... Rebus was the second most watched non-terrestrial show during that period, behind Living TV's Most Haunted Live at Halloween, which attracted 704,000 viewers.

and Broadcast says "Rebus, started the new channel off at 9pm with 498,000 (3.7% of multichannel homes) and reached a high of 555,000 (3.9%) in the first 15-minutes. Living's Most Haunted Live at Halloween had the majority of viewers with 704,070 (6.34%) over three hours".

They said at the start of Monday night's MHL - that Sunday night they were most watched channel between 11-12.
A former member
CC100 posted:
Hi
This may be a daft thing to ask but does it have high viewing figures as they make news eries quickly and the live show comes around often.

By the way do you like the live show better than the recorded one?
I do.
Derek Acorah is a ledg.



What's a ledg?
jay1,811 posts since 23 Mar 2001
I'm guessing he means legend Rolling Eyes

I love Most Haunted - but I don't really watch the series anymore - i just can't be bothered with it! I love the live shows purely because they're live, anything could (but most probably won't) happen!

Oh, and I'm going to see Derek in Nottingham next Wednesday Laughing
ozsat110 posts since 23 Dec 2001
We saw Derek earlier in the year in Oxford - really good - but when you look back you think "I can can do that!"



I think that the live show needs some random viewers to do the show with the main presenters.

Without any independent people, it looks all staged!
I T V 1556 posts since 31 Oct 2004
Surely when out on live locations, they dont need that many people for technical assistance. There are around 10. At most they need the presenter, Derek, cameraman, and a sort of helper. No more is surely needed. This just adds to specualtion if its true, because the more people in there, the more noise and possibilites they will create in putting over that the show is put on, if you know what I mean.
jay1,811 posts since 23 Mar 2001
I T V 1 posted:
Surely when out on live locations, they dont need that many people for technical assistance. There are around 10. At most they need the presenter, Derek, cameraman, and a sort of helper. No more is surely needed. This just adds to specualtion if its true, because the more people in there, the more noise and possibilites they will create in putting over that the show is put on, if you know what I mean.

They have more people so they can all split up and do multiple rooms at the same time.
tvmercia3,605 posts since 16 Sep 2001
I T V 1 posted:
At most they need the presenter, Derek, cameraman, and a sort of helper. No more is surely needed.
i take it you have never made a tv programme then? does the boom hold it self? do those lovely steadicam shots happen by accident?

i personally think its very cleverly done. they have the crew around during at the start during conventional filming, producers, experts (although i cant abide richard felix), several camera ops, sound and what not. then when they goto night vision they're in teams of 2,3 or 4.

the series wouldn't be half as fab if marcelle the make-up lady wasn't on.
I T V 1556 posts since 31 Oct 2004
No, I am on about the live programme, when Yvvi, Derek, and the crew are live in a room. I know they use the people sometimes, but there is too many people there, surely a cameraman, Derek, Yvette and 1 or even 2 more people is enough. Im sorry if you do not understand me, but its hard for me to explain, sorry! Smile

Does anyone else find that cameraman a bit of an idiot. He's always turning the camera on himself. Give the rest of the team a chance mate!
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jay posted:
I'm guessing he means legend Rolling Eyes

I love Most Haunted - but I don't really watch the series anymore - i just can't be bothered with it! I love the live shows purely because they're live, anything could (but most probably won't) happen!

Oh, and I'm going to see Derek in Nottingham next Wednesday Laughing


What's he coming to Nottingham to do?
I do enjoy the show, but get frustrated when they run away scared every time something happens. Isn't that why they're there? They repeatedly ask the ghost to do something, and then run away after it (supposedly) does it. No wonder the ghosts are uptight! Laughing
jay1,811 posts since 23 Mar 2001
python posted:
jay posted:
I'm guessing he means legend Rolling Eyes

I love Most Haunted - but I don't really watch the series anymore - i just can't be bothered with it! I love the live shows purely because they're live, anything could (but most probably won't) happen!

Oh, and I'm going to see Derek in Nottingham next Wednesday Laughing


What's he coming to Nottingham to do?
I do enjoy the show, but get frustrated when they run away scared every time something happens. Isn't that why they're there? They repeatedly ask the ghost to do something, and then run away after it (supposedly) does it. No wonder the ghosts are uptight! Laughing


I'm guessing he'll be 'contacting' spirits of the deceased that are related to the audience.