Essay Reality Shows Should Banned
It is culture fegue
Yes because fugue will be on them This will be very good for kids an its a potential part of our culture feegu was the king of the incas this was a statement i saw in a reality show this is culture and we need of this reality shows as fegue.
I think not!
I think that reality tv shoukd not be banned because for some people, reality tv is their life. For example, if that guy hadnt won on survivor, his family woiuld still be poor. Also, shows like All-Star Celeberity Apprentice helps charity a bunch, which is good. So, again, I THINK NOT!
Reality TV should not be banned.
I dont think reality tv should banned because there are shows like The Apprentice where if you win, you can get a job, and you can also get money for your family if you are in finacial trouble. So, as far as my thoughts go, reality tv should not be banned, not now, not ever, because it can help some people a lot.
the people choose.
The people in the tv show decide if their "everyday" actions are broadcasted to the county or not. Since it's pretty much their choice, it doesn't make sense to ban people for doing stupid things that they probably wouldn't do in real life. I don't really like reality tv, but I don't see any reason to ban it completely either.
It's economically successful.
Reality television makes money, and in a materialistic consumer society, they won't cancel a show that makes money. That's just not how the world works. The best example are adverts, that admittedly most people (including me) don't like, because they interrupt the show I'm watching, but they also wouldn't show them if they weren't effectively showing their product
Reality TV Distasteful, But Commercially Successful
Americans have the right to be dumbed down. Reality TV is here to stay, even with absurd shows featuring Honey Boo Boo. Yes, reality television is bad. Yet somehow, Americans are drawn to shows about real people succeeding and failing. As long as shows are commercially viable and ratings successes, reality TV isn't going away. It's part of the "bread and circuses" of America.
Let freedom ring
No it should not. Many people out there love these reality T.V. shows. While I do not agree with alot of them, I feel that they do have a right to make these shows. And people have the right to either watch or not. Thats the good thing about a free society.
Even though, I do not like reality television one bit, there are people out there who do. This opens up a market opportunity for those who want to capitalize on it. Banning it for no reason will deprive the consumers as well as the producers of that opportunity which is not fair. Since it does not affect society as a whole and does not result in any sort of damage to communities, there is no reason to ban it. And even if something illicit or unethical took place, banning all reality TV is not justified.
Reality not must be banned
Becouse the reality show is our tv programer that show about some body live. May that make we know about how the live in street ? Or how the tv program make us to be a not need a sinetron program. To make us know how live is so need to pry ?
Realiy tv shouldn't be ban
Reality tv show gives poor a opportunity in which case its positive now hy always go back to the "rich spoilt brats" why not see the main side that they help a lot if you are poor and u have a talent in something i don't see the case why its not helpful u can put up a addition and u may get publicity and get money which helps in getting a good job and you will have a life...
...Ponte Dr. Cook English 112 10 March 2014 RealityShows and Its Influence in Youth Television programming has changed dramatically over the past decades. Situation comedies, family dramas, and crime shows have given a way to a number of reality programs such as Jersey Shore, Teen Mom, and the Real World. These television programs have taken all kinds of attitudes and behaviors. But the most important and worrying thing is that the predominant behavior in this kind of television programs have been negative. It’s shown young people binge drinking, having casual sex relations, teen pregnancy and violence. All this bad behavior is exhibited on the screen, without any filter, and directed to any kind of audience, including pre-teens, teens and young adults. Realityshows have taken over television screens. In fact, 27 hours of realityshows were scheduled for broadcast television in the early months of 2008, representing a 50% increase compared to the previous year. With the growth of these television programs, pre -teens and teens are more likely to are attracted towards them. In fact, these programs have enjoyed a high level of popularity among the youth. But what is more important is that there is evidence that young people tend to imitate the stars of any show or movie, including realityshows. Teenagers develop...