Has reality television gone too far with its ideas?
Reality TV is appealing to people worldwide, and this is not a problem. But has the programming soured by outstaying its welcome or overdoing the concept? Where is the line?
I think the culprits are not the producers/programs. Rather, the individuals who choose to participate and subject themselves to heroic acts of minstrelsy are responsible for this global indulgence. Personal discretion shall determine the line.
Who's entitled to say that these programs have "gone too far?" ONE THING is for sure..... they're pretty inane.... were to begin with.... and have gotten worse....
From the moment they decided to portrait "reality" on TV, they lost it. People can never be the same knowing a few thousands or millions of people will be watching them, then they are so many scripts, unscripted scripts and lame light vampires. I admit I have been caught on a few of them for a few episodes and got tired of the so predictable unpredictable.
I prefer fiction that explores the realms of reality, life, relationships...love and peace to all.
ps the worst is the display of ugly behaviors
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