Video on demand services like Netflix, Amzon Prim Instant Video and, yes, iPlayer are growing in popularity with more ways to watch and more things worth watching than ever before. Programmed TV may not go away entirely but the days of the whole country watching together and having are over and are not coming back barring certain Event TV landmarks. See more Television news. More episodes Previous You are at the first episode. That’s not to say that BBC Three’s shows are worthless. This doesn’t have to be a bad thing.

Sorry, this episode is not currently available. Over time more and more of what we now call TV will migrate online and through a combination of set-top boxes, smart TVs, tablets and other gadgets like Apple TV, Roku and Chromecast it will be easier than ever to watch that way. Tue 7 Jan The BBC knows this and even before the BBC Three announcement has been working on a revamp of the service that will see more original programming premiering online and just last month the BBC Trust approved plans to allow viewers to buy shows from a future iPlayer download store. Mon 6 Jan Similar programmes By genre: See more Television news.

In Bromley, Ellie is transformed into a walking, talking, living doll, as she takes on a look popular with the locals. If you are among those getting upset about your favourite shows moving online, however, prepare for a tough few years – this is likely just the start.

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Sat 23 Mar Meanwhile, Lady Gaga-obsessed Eli wants to find out if she can be confident just being herself. Sun 2 Jun Online is a place where seemingly niche shows can find their audience and what may seem of too minority an appeal could be more workable. Mon 6 Jan The ratings for BBC Three’s home-produced programmes are fairly low compared to mainstream channels and on a par with niche or pay-TV outlets like Dave or Sky Atlantic.

Look at something like Ripper Street – an underperforming show that was axed from BBC1 and would, in previous years, have been doomed has been given a second chance via Amazon’s in-house production company. Vikki is sure there’s no natural beauty under her fake tan and Narry Gaga-obsessed Eli wants to be more self-confident. Related Content You may also like. Three time is not the charm for the BBC.

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Similar programmes By genre: Mon 18 Mar The ‘incubator’ aspect of the channel would also work online. Thu 4 Sep Comic Ellie Taylor and her caustic sidekick POD are on tour and ready to do battle with the nation’s fakers.

Queen of the jungle Vikki is convinced that there’s no natural beauty under the fake tan and extensions, but her partner Candice is desperate for her to see the truth. Sun 24 Mar The BBC knows this and even before the BBC Three announcement has been working on a revamp of the service that will see more original programming premiering online and just last month the BBC Trust approved plans to allow viewers to buy shows from a future iPlayer download store.

The axe has fallen and BBC Three will be going online-only in Sorry, this episode is not currently available. The only thing that has changed is the time frame. If you are a fakery fanatic then sleep with one glittery eye open because POD is on the move and taking no prisoners. It would be a shame seires lose the communal aspect of broadcast TV but curated playlists or a rolling ‘broadcast’ stream via iPlayer could provide the same experience and the BBC is probably the organisation best placed to provide it.

Anyone getting upset about having to use a tablet to watch Snog, Marry Avoid seriws going to have amrry rough couple of years – the iPlayer model will become the norm, not the exception for shows with anything other than mass appeal. Expect transformations so jaw-dropping marrt even the fiercest fake fanatics will give up their old looks for good. Over time more and more of what we now call TV will migrate online and through a combination of set-top boxes, smart TVs, tablets and other gadgets like Apple TV, Roku and Chromecast it will be easier than ever to watch that way.

Programmed TV may not go away entirely but the days of the whole country watching together and having are over and are not coming back barring certain Amrry TV landmarks. See all episodes from Snog Marry Avoid? Can POD turn them snlg into natural beauties?

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Broadband speeds are now fast enough iplayee deliver video content to the majority of homes and doing so would seem to make economic sense when compared to broadcast, particularly for programmes with more niche appeal. Iplxyer will they stick to it?

Moving these shows online could be a good solution to the problem.

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The target audience is exactly that which watches online more than via broadcast TV and the shift could allow the BBC to fulfill its public service commitment to producing quality TV for young people. Defenders of the more upmarket let’s gloss over the 70s TOTP reruns and focus on the Jonathan Meades and Scandi-Noir stuff BBC 4 have been pleased to see that its highbrow mix of documentaries and subtitled drama will get a stay of execution over the youth-focused BBC Three.

Video on demand services like Netflix, Amzon Prim Instant Video and, yes, iPlayer are growing in popularity with more ways to watch and more things worth watching than ever before. See more Television news. Eli and Vikki Snog Marry Avoid? Wed 20 Mar Even so, it looks inevitable that its future – and likely that of BBC 4 iplauer will eventually be online.

More episodes Previous You are at the first episode. POD performs two jaw-dropping transformations.

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Tue 19 Mar The move has generated a predictably mixed reaction. That’s not to say that BBC Three’s shows are worthless. Mon 23 Feb This doesn’t have to be a bad thing. Tue 18 Mar The new BBC co-production will premiere online and then move to terrestrial TV at much lower cost to the licence payer. Fri 22 Mar This time they have back-up, with mums and dads of Britain wanting to free their children of fakery and standing by POD in her mission to restore natural beauty.