Why are there still reality shows giving away millions of dollars when America is so deep in debt?
This is business so I guess that is part of their fund raising to help the government.
These are a part of multi billionaire companies. They have nothing to do with government.
They do it to make money. Those shows make way more money than they give away. As others have pointed out, the companies that make those shows have got nothing to do with government, it's private enterprise. Taxes are paid on all the money earned, by the show and the contestants.
Agree with others, these shows make more money then they give away so it makes business sense!
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