Channel 4 has just announced that it will make only one more series of the "reality" rubbish show. This creates a huge problem not just for the TV channel, which now faces a 15-hour gap in its daily programming schedule, but for quality print publications like TNOTW, Sun, Star, Mail, Express, Hello, OK, Heat, ad nauseum, which will have acres of empty newsprint and no hard news-stories to fill them with. They could conceivably re-run some quality human-interest features like Kerry Katatonia losing her supermarket contract, Porcine Wayne shopping for pillow-slips, bigger pictures of Jordan's [alleged] stretch-marks, but apart from these earth-shattering stories, they're facing a news-crunch. I followed the first series with interest, or was it morbid fascination, but since then it seems its been all downhill. ITV may take it over, so TV3 will get it as well.