I hate all of them, but yeah the dance ones especially, the only one I occasionally watch is Big Brother, but that one's dangerous because once I start watching it I can lose months of my life watching a bunch of obnoxious people sat around not doing much at all, so I don't even start now!
I wish there were more real shows, sitcoms and dramas. But I have to say that there are a few reality shows that I like: Top Chef, True Life, and Intervention. I guess the more educational ones are to my liking, not so much people sitting around, or getting into fist fights, etc. I'm not a big one to enjoy the created drama of other people's lives. True, issues, problems, and ideas and how people work to solve them or create is my kinda reality show.
Car Crash TV. Great for when you're feeling low and need to look at someone else and think 'what an arse/fool/loser', then tell yourself what's right with your world, despite what may be currently wrong.
And you will always have the advantage of feeling superior because at least you never aired your soul/nethers/dirty laundry in public
Hate 'em. Avoid them like the plague. 'Bout as entertaining as watching paint dry. Nothing "real" about a bunch of people squelching the gag reflex to eat live worms, and why would *anybody* care what happens in Big Brother house? Too many shows like that were around before BB - they're called soap operas. Yuck!
They are not worth that much emotion. I have not and never will watch a reality show. Game shows are going the same way. Directors tell people to act like they are struggling for an answer even when the know it immediately.
I think I have turned on my TV probably 10 times in the last 4 years. I find that television really dumbs us down. (I believe that is how the expression goes.) Television used to be entertaining in a...
I personally really enjoy DogTown on the National Geographic Channel. DogTown is more about rescue dogs, but they also show how the trainers in the facility train the dogs in their shelter; many of which have aggression...