Reality TV has never been of much interest to me, though I did have a bit of a phase where I would watch some of the first to air shows on MTV, like Room Raiders, Next, Punk’d, and other absurd shows. What made these shows so damn interesting? Was it because we could peer into these people’s personal lives, or watch celebrities get scared s**tless? I’d like to think these reasons played a huge part in my interest. This genre of television continues to be on the rise and seems to have some really far out concepts of this so-called “reality”. Reality TV is extremely popular among teens and young adults and it commonly follows the lives of the rich and famous through scenes of scripted drama and lavish excursions. It is corrupting it’s viewers into thinking that this is what reality is and they are sorely mistaken. Not only is it deranging the minds of American youth, it is presenting these ideals to the rest of world with access to these shows that this is how America lives.
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