Can anyone try and translate this load of nonsense above?
''Well I was thinking because Channel 5's only success was Big Brother and now that's not made anymore. I feel like ViacomCBS may just give up on 5 if the ratings drop as more 5 viewers move to the other 4 channels. As 5 is so not as good as BBC 1&2, ITV and C4, 5 may just go in the next 5-10 years because of its poor amount of programming. But if ViacomCBS pulls something out that will draw viewers in to watch 5, well that would be a miracle but I don't think that will happen anytime soon. Anyways for some reason I sometimes enjoy C5 programming. ''
Well I was thinking because Channel 5's only success was Big Brother and now that's not made anymore I feel like ViacomCBS may just give up on 5 if the ratings drop as more 5 viewers move to the other 4 channels. As 5 is so not as good as BBC 1&2 ITV and C4, 5 may just to in the next 5-10 years because of its poor amount of programming but if ViacomCBS pulls something out that will draw viewers in to watch 5 well that would be a miracle but I don't think that will happen anytime soon. Anyways for some reason I sometimes enjoy C5 programming but usually it's just boring and is just shows that the others don't want that are has and has no purpose to be in this world.
Is this supposed to be a joke?!
You may wish to educate yourself...
Channel of the Year - RTS Programme Awards
A confident broadcaster reaping the rewards of years of steady growth and development – a channel that increasingly now both surprises and delights.
In the seven years that Frow has run Channel 5 he has transformed the station into an agile operator, weaning it off US acquisitions to become a service known for its no-frills, but engaging, factual shows – often hosted by A-list presenters.
Channel of the Year - Broadcast Awards
Michael Palin, Jeremy Paxman, Michael Portillo, Jeremy Vine, Chris Packham: such a talent line-up on Channel 5 would have been unthinkable a few years ago.
Now it is taken as read, and the likes of John Humphrys, Anita Rani and David Olusoga will soon follow suit. C5 is a supremely confident broadcaster with a clear sense of identity and genuine momentum, which has helped it shrug off bigger and better-resourced rivals to become Broadcast’s Channel of the Year.
It could have been very different in its first year without Big Brother to prop up share, bring in youngs and fill great swathes of the primetime schedule. Instead, C5 was the only PSB to grow its all-hours share in calendar year 2019 and, remarkably, kept its peaktime share flat.
Channel of the Year - Edinburgh TV Awards
Since his appointment in February 2013, Ben has driven a creative renewal of Channel 5, previously an acquisitions-focused channel, by investing significantly in a slate of high quality originations across a range of genres. During his tenure, the number of original commissions in peak time has increased by 40% with over 100 original series or specials transmitting over the last twelve months.
Channel 5 has broadened the scope of its programming, commissioning history, natural history, drama, entertainment and comedy series to build on its roots in factual programming, attracting talent ranging from Michael Palin to Michael Portillo, Jane McDonald to Jeremy Vine.
I think the travel documentaries are good on Channel 5. As well as Michael Palin and Portillo, both Tony Robinson and Chris Tarrant do good railway programmes. I always find the places they visit interesting and the people they interview mostly give a good insight into the customs of their local area.