Networks usually give the post-Super Bowl time slot to household series or to series they really believe in and want to offer a ratings booster. This year, CBS decided to give the post-Super Bowl time slot to the new reality documentary series 'Undercover Boss.'
The series follows high-level CEOs are they go undercover in their own company to examine how things work outside of their ivory towers.
In the premiere, Larry O'Donnell (pictured right), president and COO of Waste Management, got out of his suit and put on worker clothes to live a day in the lives of four of his employees.
Does the concept work? Will I tune in for more? My two cents coming up!
I should warn you that I enjoy reality series, especially when they put people out of their comfort zones like on 'Survivor' and 'The Amazing Race.' I'm willing to give almost every reality series a shot to grab my attention. So post-Super Bowl slot or not, I would have watched the 'Undercover Boss' premiere.
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