The Reality Of Reality Tv

908 Words Nov 24th, 2015 4 Pages
Today’s audience grabs hold of reality TV now a day. Looking forward week to week to watch these unscripted real life situation shows. In a way it 's becoming increasingly hard to avoid not watching. Some viewers see the TV show and tend to be attention seekers, and reality TV allows them to fantasize about achieving status through instant fame. Too much reality TV may lead viewers to idealize real world situations, like romanticizing dating. Like when Truman saw the girl in the library who was an actress and a fan of the show. He wanted to take her out sometime later that week, but she said it couldn’t happen because she knows what’s going on, but she had true love for him and asked to go out with him right then on a little date to the beach. As they went to the beach she was going to spill the beans and tell him everything. Then a man of the show in a car drove there to stop her acting like her father to get her before she ruined the show. It’s like most reality TV love shows on today people who audition for a show and know it’s scripted, but end up actually having a real feeling for the person.
The audience today can relate so well to this because we all are like the audience in this show. We are because when we turn on our TV and tune in to see what our favorite movie star, singer, sports player is up on TMZ. When paparazzi is hiding behind a tree taking pictures or videos, taping their every move. Sometimes without them knowing they’re getting hunted. Even tailing…

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