There's definitely some good summer reality TV. For me, this includes So You Think You Can Dance , Top Chef Masters , and I'm even warming up to The Fashion Show (Bravo's shameless Project Runway copy upon losing the show to Lifetime Television ). Then...there's the other stuff. So, we've decided that it would be fun to put to a collective SideReel vote what is the absolute worst excuse for a reality TV show that somehow managed to end up on television? As the title states, you'd basically rather gouge your eyes out than sit through an episode of... Some possible options: I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! Jon & Kate plus 8 (dear god I have heard enough about these 2 clowns...) Hitched or Ditched Real World: Cancun The Superstars Here Come the Newlyweds Wipeout I Survived a Japanese Game Show More to Love (coming soon...basically The Bachelor with overweight people) Big Brother 11 NYC Prep Comment with your selection. Feel free to nominate a different show than the ones listed here or to renominate a show that has already been mentioned. Have fun identifying the bottom feeders of summer television!
someone add some full episodes on here please!!
Bravo has greenlit a real life version of Gossip Girl (I'm thinking like all of those Real Housewives shows...but with teens) called NYC Prep . It will premiere on Tuesday, June 16th at 11PM and will move to 10PM in subsequent weeks. Official Description: ''NYC Prep chronicles the lives of a group of privileged teenagers who are key players in Manhattan's elite high school scene. Students who travel in packs - whether it's on sophisticated vacations or to a townhouse for an exclusive midnight party, their lives intertwine as they network, shop, party, study, date and write college applications. Everyone's beautiful and everyone's connected. On the surface, it seems that these teens live an enviable life. They have access and privilege to spare, and can't imagine that anything or anyone, will get in their way. Over the course of the series, we'll see them on the benefit circuit, viewers will get to know their families, their entourage (trainers, college application advisers, stylists) and their guys/girls of the moment. But privilege has its price. Despite their carefree lives, the pressure of lofty expectations can sometimes be too much for even the most confident teenagers.'' So...is this a show you think you'd like to watch? I always thought those Real Housewives series looked silly, yet recently I have found myself addicted (especially NYC), so I am totally there! Source