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Big Brother will no longer being watched by you

And so farewell then, Big Brother. Come the end of series eleven next year, Channel 4 has announced its intention to axe the ailing flagship of reality television, with the other major channels apparently also deciding they’d rather not step too close to its twitching corpse. The end of an era? The world has certainly tired relatively fast of this brand of reality, perhaps because real life, unlike art, tends…

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