Digital TV station Dave has admitted if the BBC don’t film anymore of the motoring show Top Gear, their output will fall by more than half in two years’ time.
With Top Gear repeating on “the home of witty banter” more than Brussels sprouts repeat on the consumers of a Christmas dinner, it has become a staple of their schedule. The potential cancellation of the hit show will leave a massive gap on the channel.
“Our output isn’t just Top Gear,” Dave’s head of programming said, “we also have adverts, trailers for Top Gear, and JML infomercials at 3am.
“It won’t be easy but I’m sure we will find something to fill the gap, our only wish is that Stephen Fry doesn’t do anything stupid.
“Dave without Top Gear or QI would be as empty as Clarkson without right-wing views.”
You must be logged in to post a comment.