As coverage of election night began, British viewers noticed something missing: women.
On the BBC, the screen was dominated by four white men.
There were lots of male opinions being shared.
People were quick to highlight the, erm, diversity.
This is pretty much what it looked like for most of the start of the evening.
Side note: The caption above is fake, but pretty accurate tbh.
Three seats into the evening, there was an all-female parliament – but still very few women on TV.
But it wasn't just the BBC – Channel 4 was targeted by viewers over its lack of women too.
And when the BBC finally did diversify its panel with the introduction of Samira Ahmed, this happened...
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