News that a multi-million pound deal will see Big Brother return this summer has been met with a swift response by vigilante, TV Repair Man.
Channel 5 has arranged to screen the show which was dramatically dropped by C4 last year as viewing figures plummeted.
Myleene Klass, Cheryl Cole and Emma Willis are in the frame to host the show and a host of stars are being lined up to take part.
TV Repair Man has vowed to rid British TV of 'reality' and banal game shows and mindless daytime programming. Since he launched his agenda in February he has achieved notable successes, including Coleen Nolan quitting Loose Women and Vernon Kay pulling out of a new music game show.
And in a communiqué issued today, there were the first hints that he is not a operating alone, and that TV Repair Man is, in fact, an organisation.
The communiqué read: "Channel 5 has made a disappointing and dangerous move in deciding to bring Big Brother back to the nation's screens.
"If they insist on going ahead with these plans there will be consequences. Have we not achieved enough in recent weeks for the heads at Channel to to take us seriously?
"Be warned: C4 dropped the show in time to avoid a major demonstration of our abilities. The Big Brother house is a simple target for TV Repair Man."