Channel Seven shocks viewers by airing a mid-day film in which a stripper strips
The dirty midday movie is back: Channel Seven shocks viewers by airing film of stripper stripping for teens
Channel Seven has shocked viewers by airing yet another raunchy midday movie.
The network has surprised daytime television viewers many times by showing offensive films before the tipping point, and it has done it again.
Dead at 17 aired on Friday at 12 p.m. on the station.
The 2008 film originally shocked viewers upon its release as it tells the story of two rich teenage brothers who throw a party and accidentally kill a stripper.
It begins when brothers Cody (John Bregar) and Gabe (Justin Bradley) throw a private party at their rich dad’s cabin with their friends Ty (Kyle Switzer) and Jason (Matthew Raudsepp).
Channel 7 has shocked viewers by airing another raunchy midday movie
Their CEO father surprises his teenage sons with a stripper named Becca (Ashley Jones).
She dances for the boys and strips off her red corset.
But when the boys argue with her about whether her $500 salary includes “intimate service,” she ends up fatally falling down the stairs.
The boys agree to dump her body, hoping it won’t be done through a murder investigation that could ruin their college prospects.
On Friday at 12pm, “Dead at 17” aired on the channel and can also be watched via the free online streaming service
In the explicit scenes, she shows the underage boys her underwear and begins to undress before falling down the stairs and dying
However, the death of the stripper is not the only one addressed in the film, as Jason also finds it difficult to keep the terrible secret and he meets an untimely end.
While his death is ruled a suicide, the film begins with his mother Alyssa (Barbara Niven) becoming suspicious and trying to find out what really happened to her 17-year-old son.
The raunchy flick has a one-star rating on Rotten Tomatoes and two-and-a-half stars on IMBD.
It’s not the first time Channel 7 has shown a fast-paced 12pm film, but it often reserves its Friday lunchtime slot for a film.
The boys agree to dump her body, hoping it won’t be done through a murder investigation that could ruin their college prospects