Usually around this time of year, TV channels and YouTube are full of list-type thingies rounding up the best and worst of the previous 365 days.
ITV decided to go a few steps further with The Greatest TV Moments of all Time, not only looking back all the way to the 1960s, but putting on an entire awards ceremony as opposed to a voiceover and some talking heads.
Paddy McGuinness hosted the show, which crowned a best TV moment from each decade since 1960, doled out a special award or two and then whittled it down to one ultimate victor.
In what we can believe isn't some sort of national sport yet, the British public went to on Twitter to complain about the entire thing.
Amongst the usual complaints of 'this is utter rubbish', people actually had genuine gripes about the format:
This is all kinds of shit moulded into one! Dragged out for 2 hours when it could be done in 15 minutes! #GreatestTVMoments- Mr Ree ッ (@Mr_Ree_) January 2, 2018
I think this #greatesttvmoments show would have been better if it had been in categories not decades - great drama moment, reality moment, soap moment, sitcom etc- Christian Guiltenane (@ChristyG_Journo) January 2, 2018
Thought ‘The Greatest TV Moments Of All Time on ITV was going to be one of those commentary countdowns not this crappy malarkey. #GreatestTVMoments- Helen; (@helen_a15) January 2, 2018
What is this? Some weird awards ceremony in front of a free ticket audience? Who voted? I don’t get it. #GreatestTVMoments- Lisa Woodford (@LeceWoody) January 2, 2018
Most of the winners didn't actually turn up to receive their awards, but that was fine, because ITV had lined up a 90's, errrr, icon(?):