Trouble (UK)

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Background: Trouble was a television channel which aired in the Ireland and UK and launched in 1997. The channel had a key demographic of young adults and teenagers aged at 13-39. It aired at noon to 8PM on Bravo. The channel ceased transmission at 1 of April of 2009.

1st Logo

Trouble (1997)Trouble (1998, Logo 2)Trouble (1997, Logo 3)
Logo: See variants.


  • Logo 1: We see a couple running and seeing each other. Then the camera cuts to see even more people walking, then the male person of the couple kicks a can to the screen, which as the Trouble logo on it. The screen breaks, and the Trouble logo appears at the middle of the crack.
  • Logo 2: We see a party with people and a DJ dancing. The camera zooms in and out 3 times while sonic waves appear. Then the screen cracks, with the Trouble logo appearing.
  • Logo 3: We see many people in a swimming pool. A kid then throws water into the camera, and when the water hits it, it reveals the Trouble logo.
FX/SFX: Live-action with a little of CGI.

Music/Sounds: Logos 1 and 2 used breakbeat music. Logo 3 used a techno-like tune.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo, Signoff

WARNING: Do not watch if you are prone to seizures.

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Logo: We see the Trouble logo from before, except it is on a black background and is changing colors frantically, but normally consists of the T being orange and the circle being purple. There are other lines and shapes moving around on the background. The logo has a "deteriorated film" effect throughout. This transitions into the Bravo logo.

FX/SFX: The logo changing size and color, and the background effects. While okay, they're very busy and might disturb those who have epilepsy.

Music/Sounds: Lasers shooting off, deep humming, disc-scratching effects, and static that builds up.

Availability: Extinct.

Editor's Note: Just the sole fact that this transitions into the Bravo logo at night is bad enough, but the logo's epileptic nature and eerie noises can make this just as bad as the Bravo logo that follows it.