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Tears & Laughter – Word on the Street

Posted October 7, 2014 - Blog Posts

We took to the streets to find out what TV moments have made you gulp down the tears or burst out laughing. Below are the shows that came out on top and what our viewers had to say…

Whether it’s laughing at Arg’s antics or at the bright orange hues of Jessica, TOWIE is packed full of laughs. But don’t be fooled, combine one cheating boyfriend and a gossiping gaggle of girls and wait for the sobs. It’s a hit with our viewers.
Watch TOWIE on itvbe @ 9pm Wed/Sunday >

Coronation Street
Life on the cobbles never runs smoothly. There’s heartache and drama around every terraced corner. Many of our viewers reached for the tissues when Hayley passed away, we did too.
Watch Corrie on itv @ 7.30pm Mon-Fri >

Imagine a camera watching you as you settle in to watch your favourite show. We’re sure we’d capture many laughs and tears. Our viewers love the ‘posh couple’, but we love Sandy and Sandra’s true talking attitudes.
Watch Gogglebox on Channel 4 @ 9pm Friday >

The Big Bang Theory
Bazinga! E4’s Big Bang Theory is a hit with our viewers. We’re sure many of you have your favourite sofa spot just like Sheldon.
Watch The Big Bang Theory on E4 >

Dr Who
Everybody loves the Timelord. Our viewers love Peter Capaldi and his fresh new, funny Doctor.
Watch Dr Who on BBC 1 @ 7.30 Saturday >

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