reality shows

Life is a reality show, or so it seems. The weapon is humiliation; the pace is fast, and the loser is the one slowest on his/her feet. You don't need to be an intellectual for this show; you need to be a survivor. And for that you have to know how to make other people feel worse than you.
Mark has this quote - someone wakes up every day with the sole intention of kicking your ass. Why can't that someone be you
First of all, I miss the show "Four Weddings" with a passion. If you never watched this on TLC, you were missing out! Here you are, reading a wedding blog, and yet you've never seen the wedding competition show to end all wedding shows. Shame!
As a wedding planner, I tend to gravitate toward reality shows that focus on wedding planning and social events in general. I'm addicted to bridal gown shows, and love when reality stars have "events" on episodes of their show. What I don't love seeing is the planner getting destroyed for the sake of ratings.
Drama and sex sell reality TV and I'm not having either. If I became the first African-American male featured as The Bachelor, it would be the weakest season ever (even worse than Juan Pablo's season).
If you are paying close attention, you can spot the next trend. They come in waves of police shows, brides, unusual people, survivalists to psychics. So the question here is: Have we simply become one uber-sized casting department or are we still producing story and television?
"American Idol" is dead. Will networks abandon its formula altogether?
H/T The Washington Post O'Reilly wasn't going to take that lying down, so on Wednesday night he pointed out that Trump and
You see, I have two distinct sides to me: (1) The Academic, and (2) The Hopeless Romantic. I can talk about these shows from both sides of my mouth. So I'm going to give you a little insight into my crazy thoughts and explain my struggle.