Reality Marathons Prove Helpful

Jun 17, 2008  •  Post A Comment

Reality TV program marathons, which have become a commodity on networks like Bravo and VH1, are proving to be good for drawing new viewers, the Hollywood Reporter says. While it was long thought that reality programming had no repeat value since results have already aired, these kinds of marathons provide entertainment without having viewers wait a week to see the next episode, according to the trade paper.
—Sergio Ibarra


  1. Exactly! Even the reality show marathons do have repeat value, especially shows like the amazing Jeff Lewis’ Flipping Out. Marathons are a Good Thing. Please keep them coming and lets hope the networks are aware!

  2. You make blogging look like a walk in the park! I’ve been trying to blog daily but I just cant find writing material.. you’re an inspiration to me and i’m sure many others!

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