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Trump never wanted to win the presidency

Funny story: Trump never wanted to win the presidency

Sources inside the Trump campaign, on a condition of anonymity, have revealed that Donald Trump never had any intention of winning the Presidency. They say with the making Brietbart's News' combative far-right Chief Executive Steve Bannon and Roge...

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Going for Gold

Funny story: Going for Gold

With the onset of the 2016 Rio Olympics BBC Executives had been concerned about the overall drop in viewing figures compared to those of the London Olympics, at the last estimate a frightening 32%. Seemingly, interest in the Rio games had been far...

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BBC Training Manual Leaked

Funny story: BBC Training Manual Leaked

A whistleblower has released an excerpt from a training manual used by the BBC to train 'News' broadcasters. Headed the "TEN KEY POINTS FOR ALL BROADCASTERS" it makes for disturbing reading. It reads as follows: 1: Never ever question what you, the newscaster, are expected to read. If you do, you question your employer, the BBC. And that can get you into trouble. Ask David Icke. Think of yourse...

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North East to observe a minute​​'s silence for victim family suffering austerity who had to cancel Sky subscription

Funny story: North East to observe a minute​​'s silence for victim family suffering austerity who had to cancel Sky subscription

A one minute silence across the North East will be held tomorrow in observation of the loss of a family from Teesside who had to cut their Sky TV subscription due to austerity. As a result, Dan Matthews of Middlesbrough will no longer be able to f...

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Titty-Titty-Bang-Bang

Funny story: Titty-Titty-Bang-Bang

Having already scraped well beneath the bottom of numerous barrels in an attempt to attract, hold and retain any weekend viewers, BBCTV has seemingly dragged itself into the 21st Century and discovered that sex sells! Still shuddering with orgasmi...

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Phwoar and Peace!

Funny story: Phwoar and Peace!

With the news that it has been 'sexed up' the new BBC 're-telling' of Tolstoy's achingly stunning saga, War and Peace, promises to be a masturbators dream. Any attempt to do justice to the late great authors work has been jettisoned to appeal to a...

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Goggles On for Some Great British Telly

Funny story: Goggles On for Some Great British Telly

News has reached us that Channel 4 has revealed its full seasonal programme which consists of 48 hours of very cheap live editions of Gogglebox. Television cameras will be in the homes of the posh couple who drink a lot, the older couple with the...

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"Women Just Aren't Funny" Claims Lee Evans Fan

Funny story: "Women Just Aren't Funny" Claims Lee Evans Fan

It has become clear to many that the number of comedians who are women on British television has increased in the last few years with a number of humorous and funny women becoming regulars on panel shows on a number of TV channels, but not everybody...

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Child raised on sexually explicit movies grows up to be sex god

Funny story: Child raised on sexually explicit movies grows up to be sex god

Local teenager Jake Smith is heralded to be outstanding at sex after spending the last ten years of his childhood watching films with strong sexual content. After years of subverting parental controls and sneaking into R-rated films to watch two...

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College Student Lives For The Next Episodes of Romantic TV Show

College student Ronnie O'Brien stated to the press that she couldn't wait for the next season of True Love to come out. The season finale occurred earlier this month, and next season won't arrive until at least May of next year. On her calendar, she is counting down the days until the season approximate start date, and she's at 244 days, a very depressing figure. She feels like she is literally...

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Dragons' Den New Boy Touker Suleyman Actually Backs Something

Funny story: Dragons' Den New Boy Touker Suleyman Actually Backs Something

Dragons' Den new addition, Touker Suleyman, yesterday shocked viewers by actually liking an idea and parting with some cash. The Dragons' newest addition was under suspicion of not actually having any money, due to his constant, scathing dismissal...

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"It's reality Jim, but not as we know it!"

Funny story: "It's reality Jim, but not as we know it!"

In keeping with its 'right on' left wing stance and cheap programming, the BBC has announced it is to broadcast a special edition of its flagship religious programme 'Songs of Praise' from a notorious Calais shithole migrant camp. Regular present...

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Holly Willoughby In Need Of Plumbing

Funny story: Holly Willoughby In Need Of Plumbing

Holly Willoughby has admitted to needing urgent medical plumbing on her eyes, to stop a persistent leak that has been getting worse over the last few episodes of the revamped hit TV show 'Surprise, Surprise'. The seals around Holly's eyes have bec...

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The Case Against Television: Part 6 - Soap Operas

Soap Operas- These low budget drama series were once used as an early springboard to launch the careers of some big stars. That was before the pornography film industry was deregulated. Now, soap operas are receptacles for washed up has-beens and sex partners of the show's producers. The contemporary soap operas do not enjoy the popularity that their early predecessors once did because the she...

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The Case Against Television: Part 5 - Game Shows

Game Shows- The scourge of games is so entrenched in our culture that its no surprise TV games shows are a big hit, and a big problem of society. The attraction of these shows appeals to some of our basest animal instincts; money, material possessions, fame, etc. It's all self-satisfaction and greed gratification in all it's glory televised from coast to coast into the homes of homely housewiv...

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The Case Against Television: Part 4 - Sitcoms

Sitcoms- Sitcom fans are very depressed people because their lives are so sad and boring. They seek refuge in sitcoms where it appears that the characters are having a fun time, or at least a less boring time than the viewer. The viewer wants to ignore the fact that the characters are highly paid actors faking it, pretending that the sitcom is real life, in effect lying. The viewer wants to...

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The Case Against Television: Part 3 - Reality TV

Reality TV- This latest TV trend is sometimes interesting but usually boring because it accurately presents the boring activities of the people on the show. It's popular because ordinary boring people can relate to it, and the networks love it because it's always a fast and easy low budget production. Producers figure that if you shoot enough home movies you're bound to catch something worth b...

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The Case Against Television: Part 2 - The Nightly News

The Nightly News- TV newscasts are part tabloid, part propaganda, part PR and part lies. It's not just news; it's a sophisticated tool like a software program that manipulates the audience by suggestion and deception. If you watch closely you'll notice how they use mental tricks to control viewers. Talking heads must sit behind a desk because their lower bodies underdeveloped. News ancho...

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New Bill Would Give Guns Citizenship

Sen. Ted Cruz (TX-R) introduced a bill {BLAKA} that would give guns US citizenship, along with the right to vote and own weapons. Asked about how they felt about this bill a gun said "bang bang click"
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