The state of television

In Uncategorized on September 26, 2012 at 3:55 PM

What is up with TV latley? Every channel now has no less than four”Reality” shows on it. I blame Survivor. Before that show, there was not one “Reality” show, aside from the news that is. Now anyone can be a “TV star” just by getting a “reality” show.

Now, I put the word “reality” in quotes, because you can watch the credits and see the word “WRITERS” just as plain as day. Since when has reality been scripted? Not to mention, over produced.

I’m not saying that they aren’t entertaining; I enjoy the History Channel’s program “Pawn Stars”, but do we really need a program that profiles yaoung childen as beauty queens? This blogger says no. Here’s why: I believe – and this is my sole opinion – it gives violent pedophiles a program in which to get their disgusting fantasies out. Not to mention the hell that plays with the young children’s psyche as they age.

I used to watch “Gene Simmon’s Family Jewels”, but after I saw a WRITER with his SCRIPT in his back pocket, I gave up on it. Some “reality” shows are good, if they are educational, like “Mail Call” which used to run when I was a child. I enjoyed that.

Let me know what your opinions are in the comment section. Thanks

  1. mail call oorah hells yes and i agree what the hell happen to tv i like some reality shows but god honey boo boo and crystal from squid billies save me

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