'Big Brother' was the most-complained about TV show of 2012, according to TV regulator Ofcom.
The show, broadcast on Channel 5, received over 2000 complaints, most of which related to offensive and aggressive remarks from Conor McIntyre towards fellow housemate and Miss India UK title holder Deana Uppal.
It received 12.5% of the total 16,000 complaints, and last month the channel was ruled to have breached Ofcom's broadcasting code during the incident.
The second most complaints, a total of 1488, were made against 'The X Factor', specifically when Louis Walsh could not decide between contestants Carolynne Poole and Rylan Clark and appeared to change his mind after making his decision.
Many viewers accused show producers of a fix.
Elsewhere, Philip Schofield's sensational performance on 'This Morning', when he handed the Prime Minister David Cameron a list of supposed paedophiles he'd found on the internet, received 811 complaints from viewers.
That incident resulted in ITV paying £125,000 in damages to Conservative peer Lord McAlpine, and Schofield being disciplined.
Here is the full list:
1. Big Brother (Channel 5) - 2,088
2. The X Factor Results Show (ITV1) - 1,488
3. This Morning (ITV1) - 811
4. True Stories: Gypsy Blood (Channel 4) - 509
5. Live: The Silent Ascent (Sikh Channel) - 378
6. Sky News - 364
7. Islam: The Untold Story (Channel 4) - 293
8. The X Factor (ITV1) - 305
9. Citizen Khan (BBC One) - 256
10. Keith Lemon's LemonAid (ITV1) - 246
Last year, talk show 'The Wright Stuff' received the most complaints, with 2,220, after host Matthew Wright joked about the murder of teenager Liam Atchison on the show. [Digital Spy]
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The BBC has been censured by Ofcom over filming violent scenes with a 13-year-old actor. The channel was guilty of 'a serious lapse' in its care for Gregory Piper, who played Ryan Pilkington in 'Line of Duty', after he appeared in scenes 'of a particularly violent nature and included sexually explicit language'. [The Guardian]
Doctor Who is to get a revamped theme music and opening scenes for the Christmas special, it's been announced. But fans are to rest assured that the new theme will 'stay true to the original', as composed by Ron Grainer. [Digital Spy]
The contestants for this year's 'Dancing On Ice' have been announced. Anthea Turner, Pamela Anderson, Samia Ghadie, Beth Tweddle, Lauren Goodger, Oona King, Luke Campbell, Shayne Ward, Keith Chegwin, Matt Lapinskas, Joe Pasquale and Gareth Thomas will be taking part in the ITV ice-dancing show, which returns on January 6. [The Sun]