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Comedy Drama. Matthew Saville Josh Thomas. Melbourne, Australia Tasmania, Australia. Katie Milwright . If he toned it down would be much easier to watch, in my opinion. Someones got a bee in their bonnet. This story sounds like a kid sooking. What a load of rubbish. Australia voted for SSM but the inference in this story is that now everything is painted with the same brush.
Even the last 2 lines in the story are offensive to me. Yes I voted for SSM. Outrage for outrage sakes? I thought he was a big deal in the USA.
Why is he slumming it doing these cheap commercial TV shows? I think we maybe are being a tad harsh here. People are demanding that Seven has 27 straight women, 1 gay man and 1 lesbian vying for the attention of 1 straight male each week for 6 or so weeks and how does that turn out to be pro-diversity instead of just being tokenistic, cruel and offensive? Or they have episodes in a 6 episode run to cater for all the possible combinations. This is what every other edition uses as their main format.
They have mixed it up later, and Seven says they will consider doing the same thing. What does trying to trash the show before it even has a chance to fail on its own merits achieve? Who knows, if the show is successful, they may do some same-sex specials. The Chinese version on SBS occasionally showcase specials such as having all males for a female, international contestants, etc.