Totally Full Frontal (1998–1999)

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John Walker ...
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Failed attempt to resurrect an already dead program
28 May 2002 | by See all my reviews

Why did the producers attempt this show? It's predecessor 'Full Frontal' had already been canned in 1997 due to falling ratings and the fact the show just wasn't funny anymore. Maybe the fact that it won a Logie the previous year for Best Comedy Program as well as good ratings for old 'Fast Forward' re-runs convinced them that there was still some life left in the old horse.

Well they were wrong. The biggest mistake by far was that nothing new was even attempted - they just continued straight on from where it's predecessor left off. Occasionally something fresh, original and maybe even funny would turn up but on the whole it was just the same old retreads again and again.

Conclusion - a flop. They should have let it end with the cancellation of the original 'Full Frontal'.


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