viewing public

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viewing public

n (TV) → Zuschauer pl
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Some years ago, sharp-eyed producers and directors spotted a number of precociously gifted kids, and gave them thespic showcases that endeared them to the viewing public.
CELEBRITY BIG BROTHER: LIVE LAUN A CH (Channel 5, Tuesday, 9pm) T THE fly-on-the-wall fun begins once more as presenter Emma Willis invites a fresh group of famous faces to move in together and have their every word and move recorded for the enjoyment of the viewing public.
ELDERLY aristo Lady Colin Campbell's growing popularity is living proof that "oiks", as she indelicately called the great British viewing public, adore a woman who mucks in.
Emma Willis Celebrity Big Brother: Live Launch Channel 5, 9pm The fly-on-the-wall fun begins once more as Emma Willis invites a fresh group of famous faces to move in together and have their every word and move recorded for the enjoyment of the viewing public.
The Irishman added: "Generally, my favourites go out in the first few weeks because the viewing public is so racist.
I believe the figure you quoted recently was a viewing public in excess of 400 million for Premier League games.
The Bravo TV network has decided the American viewing public can't get enough of those sassy Persians (below) on "The Shahs of Sunset.
But for the viewing public, at least we can take solace in the fact that being so beautiful clearly comes at a big price.
But since it first aired three weeks ago, the highly publicised show has failed to become the toast of the viewing public.
The viewing public finds Jennifer enchanting and she keeps winning, which thrusts her unwillingly into the spotlight.
4 million, which translated into a 14pc share of the national viewing public.
I think that translates to the viewing public, too.