The Jeremy Kyle Show (ITV1 every weekday morning…forever) was in 2007 described by a district Judge in Manchester as a “human form of bear baiting”. The continuing success of the programme is as extraordinary as it is depressing. In this execrable show, we have the messed up lives of real people put on a stage for a pantomime.
Superficially, the raison d’etre of our hero (let’s call him Jezza) and his show, is to help people put their houses in order (so to speak), perhaps advise people who would be going through similar crises in how to deal with them in a dignified manner.
If that is the case then the fact the show has been running for seven years Continue reading TV Review: Jeremy Kyle, X Factor & The Code