Jeremy Wells to join Seven Sharp – finally a reason to watch Seven Sharp

By   /   January 31, 2018  /   13 Comments

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Jeremy Wells is one of the funniest and sharpest broadcasters we have and if he is allowed to do what he does best, Seven Sharp will become unmissable.

It’s just been announced…

…finally a reason to watch Seven Sharp.

Jeremy Wells is one of the funniest and sharpest broadcasters we have and if he is allowed to do what he does best, Seven Sharp will become unmissable.

This is incredibly dangerous to The Project because why on earth would 18-39 viewers choose this…

…over this…

…now sure for actual news junkies this represents the continued degradation of the 7pm current affairs time slot, but I’ve got a good feeling that NZ will soon have a late night opportunity to see political debate unlike anything they’ve seen before.

A really good feeling.

 

 

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13 Comments

  1. Sam Sam says:

    Hope Jeremy keeps a bit of his mike in a minit skit.

  2. Just saying says:

    Woohoo, yahoo, hip hip hooray, PTFL, yes yes yes yes, bye bye Mike, bye bye Bill ….. Woohoo, yahoo, hip hip hooray, PTFL, yes yes yes yes, bye bye Mike, bye bye Bill ….. Woohoo, yahoo, hip hip hooray, PTFL, yes yes yes yes, bye bye Mike, bye bye Bill ….. Woohoo, yahoo, hip hip hooray, PTFL, yes yes yes yes, bye bye Mike……

    Don’t care who’s replacing you, just so pleased that you have decided to hang up your right-wing holey jeans…. Woohoo, yahoo, hip hip hooray, PTFL, yes yes yes yes, bye bye Mike……

    I don’t even need to win Lotto $18 million tonight …. I could not be more happy than I am now, thank you for leaving Mike Hosking – you complete me!!

    Sorry …. I got carried away with the bye bye Bill comment….a bit of wishful thinking.

  3. Nitrium Nitrium says:

    This will either be priceless genius or a glorious train-wreck. Either way it will be worth watching. Can’t wait.

  4. Kim dandy says:

    Oh the irony…

  5. For a moment I couldn’t even recall which broadcaster owned “Seven Sharp “…!

  6. Gary says:

    Shit Martin, I hope you weren’t disappointed, for me it was like a live version of the woman’s weekly, is that what you expected?

  7. Strypey says:

    I didn’t catch it right from the start, but what I saw was thoroughly disappointing; The same awkward fake banter, the same vapid jonny-on-the-spot correspondents, and the same bullshit content; basically advertising masquerading as current events. There was the pseudo-FairGo story about a woman doing her Christmas shopping (advertising Westfield mall), the story about the “Lord or the Rungs” climbing wall (advertising an adventure tourism business on a private farm), and the interview with Celine Dion (advertising her upcoming concert. The only relief was intentionally silly Anika Moa, a master of interview as satire, and the only kiw tv personality who dare challenge Celine Dion to a sing-off on national TV. Keep it up Anika, you’re a national treasure.

  8. Strypey says:

    I didn’t catch it right from the start, but what I saw was thoroughly disappointing; The same awkward fake banter, the same vapid jonny-on-the-spot correspondents, and the same bullshit content; basically advertising masquerading as current events. There was the pseudo-FairGo story about a woman doing her Christmas shopping (advertising Westfield mall), the story about the “Lord or the Rungs” climbing wall (advertising an adventure tourism business on a private farm), and the interview with Celine Dion (advertising her upcoming concert). The only relief was intentionally silly Anika Moa, a master of interview as satire, and the only kiwi tv personality who dare challenge Celine Dion to a sing-off on national TV. Keep it up Anika, you’re a national treasure.