Why people like so much to watch Crime shows inspired by true stories?
There are tons of reality shows on TV like: FBI files, Forensic detectives, Behind bars, etc... It seems people really love to watch them. I have always wondering why? There is nothing nice in a murder story, or in the description of the life in prison. Does that mean that we all have our dark side and by watching this stuff we somehow make fill good our subconscious?
I think that people watch them because of the stories and curiosity. Sure, everyone has a dark side, but I think the reason that most people watch them is that they are interested, or they enjoy being scared, like how most of the murders that they feature are creepy. (Well, all murders are creepy, just some more than others). I don't watch any of those shows, but I know people who do. I prefer shows like them, but without real stories and more plot, such as Bones, White Collar, Person of Interest, and Psych.
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