Reality TV never runs out of complaints or two and that doesn’t rule out Gogglebox.
And with the version of celebrities currently airing on Channel 4, this time some famous faces are attracting attention.
The show’s special edition, which sees celebrities expressing their thoughts and opinions on a noteworthy week, sparked nearly 200 Ofcom complaints, some of which were due to Shaun Ryder and Bez.
Happy Mondays stars have led disgruntled viewers to contest their drug jokes.
Some of the comments came during last week’s episode as they watched Al Pacino’s classic Scarface.
Shaun started by saying, “When this movie came out, the cocaine in the country was absolutely” screwed “.”
Bez added, “If it had been me and my first deal had gone like this, I wouldn’t have bothered again. This shows, don’t do business with people you don’t know.
“This is a classic example of how not to do it.”
Other complaints have been made about the apparent lack of social distancing.
Fans were a little confused at the start of the celebrity streak as stars that usually don’t live together appeared on the show in the immediate vicinity.
Some were worried that Jools Holland and Vic Reeves, radio DJ 1 Nick Grimshaw and his granddaughter Liv and Pussycat doll Ashley Roberts and Jamie Theakston of Heart Radio could break social distancing guidelines.
However, while filming Gogglebox in May, Channel 4 said it respected the guidelines.
Love Island host Laura Whitmore also gave fans a behind-the-scenes look as she films the show from her East London home.
He will make his first appearance on Friday evening together with his colleague, love star and boyfriend Iain Stirling.