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Channel 4's Big Breakfast received mixed reviews from spectators on Friday morning, as the popular show made an explosive return onto screens.
The much loved light entertainment programme first aired in 1992, but has been revamped with presenters Mo Gilligan and AJ Odudu taking the reins for a one-off special.
But although the show amused some viewers, others were not feeling the new format, and took to Twitter to air their thoughts.
One fan penned: "This is awful. Unwatchable even."
However, another didn't seem to agree, as they wrote: "I didn't get to see much of the Big Breakfast but I did see their Zig & Zag joke and a few other bits and… well, it's a shame this is a one-off, really!"
Another said: "Come back Johnny and Denise, all is forgiven."
A third chimed: "If anyone is in need of erasing brain cells then tune in to."
But others were loving the new format and begged for Channel 4 to make it a permanent fixture in their schedules.
One fan said: "The realisation that #bigbreakfast is only on for one day and not permanently has filled me with sadness."
"#Bigbreakfast is absolutely the morning vibe I needed. New but nostalgic. Pure fun," another quipped.
A third said: "They'd be stupid not to do a full series after this. Exactly what morning TV should be. And some fun!"
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