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Does TV need a reality check Reality TV what is so interesting about watching other people eat sleep and argue Is this what the world is coming to In recent years I have personally noticed the growing trend in reality TV shows To some this isnt a bad but to everyone else its bad thing Weve all watched an episode of Big Brother weve all watched an episode of Popstars and weve all watched an episode of Survivor but wouldnt it be better for both the TV companies and for us to end this reality TV craze on a high and while it is still quite popular September 11th was a day that changed everything including television so its not surprising that things would be different However this doesnt mean TV has changed too much or does it mean it hasnt changed enough Whatever your answer there is one thing that sticks in my mind Humankind cannot bear too much reality A famous quote from TS Elliot and now I know what he meant What moment of TV can you still remember and always will is it when Craig won Big Brother when Jade wouldnt shut up or when you watched the two towers topple in dry silence Reality TV has always received bad publicity but as they bad publicity is good publicity and with scores of people tuning in and being gripped by a series of these reality shows it doesnt look like things are going to slow down or does it Recent figures have shown that only 69 million viewers have been watching the new series of Popstars compared to 112 million viewers watching the last series at the same stage Also the BBCs attempt of reality TV Fame Academy is lucky if it gets over million viewers making it the corporations 12th most watched show of the week Sex swearing
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