Channel 4’s chief executive has warned that a sell-off of the broadcaster could be “devastating” for viewers who could lose some of their favourite shows, such as Catastrophe, Toast of London and Humans.
“You would definitely not have [comedies] Catastrophe and Chewing Gum and Toast and Fresh Meat,” he said of a privatised Channel 4. “All these things our viewers love. You would not be swinging the bat as often in those genres. This year we have had our highest spend on drama with shows like Humans and Indian Summers too and it has yielded some fantastic results.
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