Big Brother fans believe that ‘snowflakes’ will ruin the show when it returns to screens next year.
ITV2 confirmed the hit reality show, which was cancelled in 2018, will be making a comeback in 2023.
However, fans have taken to Twitter expressing how they fear it will receive loads of Ofcom complaints from people who are offended by the drama and controversy that the show always seems to bring.
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One person posted: “I need unhinged Channel 4 Big Brother with tapped contestants moving mad. Not Ofcom fearing TV.”
Another tweeted: “I just hope these Ofcom merchants don’t make complaints and ruin big brother.”
A third said: “So excited for Big Brother but let’s be honest, it won’t be the same because everyone is a bloody snowflake these days.”
“How is Big Brother gonna flourish when Ofcom is running the entertainment scene? Any swear words and there’s gonna be thousands of complaints,” a fourth questioned.
Big Brother first aired in 2000 on Channel 4 and ran for 11 seasons, along with seven series of Celebrity Big Brother.
It was a smash hit when it first came onto the air, bringing in an average of 9.45million viewers.
The show was cancelled in 2010, but Channel 5 picked it up in 2011 where it ran up until 2018 with the viewership number dropping to 1.2million.
The last season of Celebrity Big Brother received 25,327 complaints after Roxanne Pallet falsely accused fellow contestant Ryan Thomas of ‘punching’.
Fans are already suggesting who should be the next host, with former winner Rylan Clark being the favourite. Alison Hammond is also the bookies’ choice.
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