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Love Island claims the most complained about TV moment of 2022

Love Island claims the most complained about TV moment of 2022… with ITV present incomes THREE entries in Ofcom prime ten following allegations of ‘misogynistic and bullying behaviour’

  • Official figures launched by Ofcom place the ITV2 flagship at the prime of a ten sturdy checklist, with many of its complaints regarding its July 17 episode
  • Figures confirmed that 2,630 viewers complained about ‘alleged misogynistic behaviour by some of the male contestants’ throughout the present’s Movie Night 

Love Island is accountable for three of the most complained about TV moment of the year, with virtually three thousand viewers condemning one explicit episode for its perceived tolerance of alleged misogynistic and bullying behaviour. 

Official figures launched by British TV and radio regulator Ofcom place the ITV2 flagship at the prime of a ten sturdy checklist, with many of its complaints regarding its July 17 episode. 

Figures confirmed that 2,630 viewers complained about ‘alleged misogynistic behaviour by some of the male contestants’ throughout the present’s Movie Night. 

Top of the checklist: Love Island is accountable for three of the most complained about TV moment of the year, with virtually three thousand viewers condemning the present for its perceived tolerance of alleged misogynistic and bullying behaviour

In addition, 769 viewers complained about the July 18 episode of Aftersun, which noticed host Laura Whitmore and panellists speculate on what occurred between Ekin-Su Culculoglu and George Tasker in the bed room.  

The therapy of contestant Tasha Gouri throughout one of its finest identified challenges, was additionally referred to as into question, with 1,523 complaining after the episode aired on July 19.

The skilled dancer was repeatedly hit in the face with cream pies throughout a recreation of snog, marry, pie – an everyday fixture on the present whereby contestants should pie the particular person they deem the most unappealing. 

Blockbuster figures: Figures showed that 2,630 viewers complained about 'alleged misogynistic behaviour by some of the male contestants' during the show's Movie Night

Blockbuster figures: Figures confirmed that 2,630 viewers complained about ‘alleged misogynistic behaviour by some of the male contestants’ throughout the present’s Movie Night

  THE MOST COMPLAINED ABOUT                        SHOWS OF 2022  

 1. Love Island – July 17 (2,630 complaints)

2. I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!November 6-27 (1,890 complaints)

3. Friday Night Live – October 21 (1.548 complaints)

4. Love Island – July 19 (1,523 complaints)

5. Good Morning Britain – February 15 (860 complaints) 

6. Jeremy Vine – January 24 (773 complaints)

7. Love Island – July 18 (769 complaints)

8. I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! – November 13 (627 complaints)

9. FIFA World Cup Final – December 18 (605 complaints)

10. Sky News – September 10 (599 complaints) 

 

Messy: The treatment of contestant Tasha Gouri during one of its best known challenges, was also called into question, with 1,523 complaining after the episode aired on July 19

Messy: The therapy of contestant Tasha Gouri throughout one of its finest identified challenges, was additionally referred to as into question, with 1,523 complaining after the episode aired on July 19 

Ofcom mentioned at that complaints particular to that July 17 episode had been about ‘alleged bullying amongst the contestants, and raised ongoing issues about behaviour from the male contestants that they thought of to be misogynistic’. 

Over the present’s eight weeks on air, 7,482 complaints have been made associated to ‘alleged misogynistic and bullying behaviour’ by some of the male contestants.

Other complaints made have been centred round ‘alleged misogyny, emotional abuse and coercive management’ by the male contestants.

Similar complaints have been aimed toward I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here!, with the present receiving 1,890 complaints throughout the board concerning the presence of MP Matt Hancock in the jungle camp, putting it second in the Ofcom prime ten. 

The ITV1 present picked up a further 627 complaints for a November 13 episode, throughout which viewers objected to Hancock’s therapy by his his fellow campmates. 

Transgender musician Jordan Gray’s controversial efficiency on an October 21 version of Friday Night Live, throughout which the performer stripped off, has attracted 1,548 complaints. 

Comments made by Good Morning host Richard Madeley on February 15 concerning demise threats made to Keir Starmer has attracted 860 complaints, whereas an version of Jeremy Vine dated January 24 fetched 773 calls from offended viewers. 

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