Summer Reality Relies on Risk of Shame

Jul 8, 2008  •  Post A Comment

This summer’s reality TV trends point to the popularity of shows where contestants are willing to risk humiliation for a chance at a big cash prize, the New York Times says. Case in point: NBC’s “America’s Got Talent,” ABC’s “I Survived a Japanese Game Show” and CBS’s “Million Dollar Password,” all which, the NYT says, “refuse to reward actual hard work.”
—Sergio Ibarra

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