The ABC series “What Would You Do?” is asking tough questions again, with the show announcing plans to return June 23 with an all-new season. The hourlong series will air Fridays at 9 p.m. ET.
Anchored by 35-year ABC News veteran John Quinones and executive produced by Danielle Rossen, the hidden-camera series explores the choices people make in the real world when confronted with difficult and sometimes uncomfortable scenarios when they think no one is watching.
The series hits the road this season to challenge people in Arizona and North Carolina.
The show announced that the following scenarios will be examined on the June 23 episode:
- A Muslim teen is bullied by two white peers, telling him that their parents don’t want them to associate with him anymore because he is Muslim. Will anyone speak up for the Muslim teen?
- A young, slender man is introducing his plus-size girlfriend to his parents for the first time. He is head-over-heels in love with her and thinks she’s beautiful, but his parents openly disagree. How will the passersby react? Supermodel Ashley Graham guest stars, providing her unique perspective on the subject matter.
- Two young women are sitting in a café when they are approached by an older male photographer who invites them to his studio. The girls consider this potential modeling opportunity, but will anyone step in and suggest that they not trust this man?
- A bartender’s overprotective boyfriend sits at the bar during her shift, keeping an eye on how she interacts with customers. When he thinks that she is being too friendly or flirty, he calls her out in front of others. Will any of the patrons defend the bartender?
- A parent is being critical of every small mistake her child makes, yelling at and punishing the child for these minor offenses. Will any of the other diners say something?