M-Net on Love Island SA fiasco: 'We're working tirelessly to fix things'
The pay-TV broadcaster on Tuesday afternoon posted a message on social media finally saying sorry and that they are 'working tirelessly to fix things'.
Serious questions remain unanswered by M-Net and Rapid Blue about how the implosion ofLove Island SAcame about, the casting selection, why it remains unable to fix production issues with the sound, editing, music, voice-over narration, cinematography and why the show is set in a vineyard instead of, like previous UK and French seasons filmed in South Africa, at luxury mansions.
MultiChoice and M-Net haven't made the much-derided debut episode ofLove Island SAavailable on its DStv Catch Up service but added Monday night's second episode - also containing mistakes - on Tuesday morning.However, by Tuesday afternoon, episode 2 of
Love Island SAwas also abruptly removed without explanation from DStv Catch Up.MultiChoice was asked about the episode's removal - likely to do with the fact that it contains LottoStar banners and advertising - and for comment on the ongoing mistakes and technical issues that were present in Monday night's episode as well. headtopics.com
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