Television in 2016 is weird.
We asked the BuzzFeed Community for their favourite ever moments. If you haven’t watched every episode, prepare yourself for a few spoilers.
Warning: This post contains spoilers about Bake Off.
Sue: “Every second spent crying is a second less showing them how good you are at baking.”
I am going to watch every episode of this soap from now on.
Warning: This contains spoilers for the most recent episode.
Warning: This post contains spoilers for the most recent episode.
You only see it for a few seconds, but the feeling is wonderful.
When being asked about making the upcoming Wipe 2016 special this Christmas, Brooker joked to BuzzFeed UK: “I’ve been deliberately not watching the news because I know I have to watch it all again.”
Charlie Brooker sat down with BuzzFeed UK to reveal some details of the six new episodes on Netflix, which debuts on 21 October.
Just by watching the trailer, there doesn’t seem much of a reinvention of the show’s format. For viewers, that’s a good thing.
This post contains spoilers for this week’s Bake Off, obviously.
There has been controversy over comments he makes about how he reported the Amanda Knox trial.
“I’m very sad, but it’s also great that it immediately turned Mel & Sue into folk heroes,” she said on The Graham Norton Show.
Two of the best people together in the tent = pure magic.
The Apprentice announced new candidates this morning, just when you thought 2016 had turned a corner.
BuzzFeed News has learned that the two episodes have already been commissioned and filmed, so will not be affected by the move to Channel 4.
After Ben Schwartz promised a video, a skit featuring himself and Joe Keery was uploaded to The Late Late Show with James Corden YouTube channel.