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Big Breakfast fans all have the same complaint as iconic show returns with Mo Gilligan and AJ Odudu | The Sun

Aug 13, 2022

THE Big Breakfast burst back onto screens today – but it was all too much for some fans.

The show, a Channel 4 hit for 20 years, was the dominant morning show of the 90s.


Today it was been revived for a new generation of viewers, fronted by Mo Gilligan and AJ Odudu.

However, some said they couldn't stand the shouting on the show – and insisted they'd switched off.

One tweeted: "Ok so I lasted 2 mins into the new #bigbreakfast and had to turn it off, why all the shouting on a Saturday morning?!"

Another wrote: "5 mins in to the new @bigbreakfastC4 and had to switch off.. why are they all screaming and shouting ?? shut up at this time of the day."

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Others complained: "Stop Shouting 'You Have Microphones" and: "Stop blooming shouting, it’s so annoying!!!"

Bright colours and noise are what defined the original run of The Big Breakfast – with producers sticking closely to the formula today.

As before, the crew are part of the line-up, regularly being seen cheering or chatting with the hosts.

Many loved to see it back on screens, with one tweeting: "

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So cool to see #BigBreakfast back on tele! Childhood nostalgia is flashing through my eyes. AJ Odudu is such a vibe."

Another agreed: "How good is #bigbreakfast but I always think I’m going to school wen watching this."

The Big Breakfast will run from 10am until 12.30pm on Saturday mornings for the next four weeks.

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