Ms Brown’s Boys accused of ‘ruining’ New Years Day as angry viewers call sitcom ‘no fun’
“Please take this spectacle out of its misery!” Ms Brown’s Boys Charged With ‘Ruining’ New Years Day As Angry Viewers Call ‘No Fun’ Sitcom ‘Worse Than Omicron’
Ms Brown’s Boys has been accused of ruining 2022 with her New Years special, with disgruntled license payers begging the BBC to cancel the show.
The Irish sitcom starring actor Brendan O’Carroll as Mrs Brown has been criticized on Twitter, with users taking to the platform to call the show “not funny” and worse than being tested positive for the highly infectious variant of the Omicron coronavirus.
One joke that failed to impress saw Grandpa deliver a single line, starting: âThere was a murder in the apartments last night. A man was beaten to death with a fish.
To laughter from the studio audience, he joked, “They think it was Jack the Kipper!”
Oh my God: Ms Brown’s Boys has been accused of ruining 2022 with her New Years special, as viewers plead with the BBC to cancel the show
The gag has led many at home to express a desire for the show to be canceled, and called it worse than COVID-19.
One viewer tweeted: ‘Please put this show out of its misery @BBCScotland. It’s the day.’
Another echoed: “Fingers crossed that 2022 is the year of the cancellation of Mrs Brown’s Boys.”
A third stepped in to say, “Better to catch Happy New Year’s Omicron than watch Mrs Brown’s Boys!”
Several others said the January 1 episode spoiled the New Year, writing: “Well 2022 couldn’t have started much worse. Mrs Brown’s Boys is on TV.
Backlash: The Irish sitcom starring actor Brendan O’Carroll as Mrs Brown has been criticized on Twitter, with users taking to the platform to call the show “no fun”
Canceled: This led to many people at home expressing a desire for the show to be canceled and called it worse than the Omicron variant
A second added: “2022 was going so well but Mrs Browns Boys has just arrived.”
However, some people praised the comedy and were delighted to see the New Years special.
One fan commented, “I really don’t know why everyone hates Mrs. Brown’s boys, this is our favorite sitcom in my family.”
Fans: However, some people praised the comedy and were thrilled to see the New Years special.
âMrs Brown’s Boys never fails to make me smile,â someone else tweeted.
Another defended the show against the backlash online, writing: âAs a huge fan of Mrs Brown’s Boys and anyone who says it’s ruined in 2022.
“Why don’t these enemies create, write and present their own comic creations to the networks?”
Message to Enemies: Another defended the show against backlash online, writing: “As a huge fan of Mrs Brown’s Boys and anyone who says it’s ruined in 2022”
âThen enjoy a 10+ year career on your show, 10+ years of sold-out tours, movies, merchandise and BAFTA awards.â
In the past, Mrs Brown’s Boys has been embroiled in controversy, criticized for her behind-the-scenes policies as two of her cast have reportedly left the show amid a dispute over the pay gap.
The actors in question – Damien McKiernan and Gary Hollywood, who play couple Dino and Rory – have reportedly discovered that they are making less than the rest of the cast – which is largely made up of star Brendan O’Carroll’s family.
And an insider exclusively told MailOnline last year that the way the show plays out behind the scenes creates an unhappy work environment.
âThe show is very high / low, with a very clear division between Brendan’s family and the few real actors like Gary and Damien,â the insider said.
âThe family are all directors of Ms. Brown’s production company and are still being looked after. The BBC let Brendan do whatever he wants!
Drama: In the past, the show has faced allegations of “behind-the-scenes politics” after two of its cast members quit the show amid a salary dispute