If you watch game shows and competition shows on TV, you may have noticed that most have disclaimers at the end saying, in general, that portions of the program may have been edited. Usually it's just studio chit chat and things that have no impact on the show that are excised before broadcast. But what about reality TV shows, is everything that we see actually real?
American Idol is back this Wednesday. When the singing competition debuted in 2002 (can you believe it's been a decade??), the show was a ratings phenomenon but has slipped in recent seasons (as have Idol contestant album sales). So here's the question, with all the talent competitions out there now, which is your favorite? Vote below and let us know!
Every once in a while, a sitcom is a culture impacting triumph. The 70's had All in the Family. In the 80's, Cheers ruled. And in the 90's sitcom heyday we had "Must see TV" with shows like Seinfeld and Friends, while Will & Grace bridged the late 90's to early 2000's.
A chef is shown delicately slicing into a choice cut of juicy meat. Fresh, vibrant vegetables are seen being diced. Natural oats and grains fill the TV screen. Is this a commercial for a new, high end restaurant? Nope, it's for dog food.
In case you missed this earlier this afternoon, Ellen had a very interesting guest on her show. Michael Jackson's daughter Paris spoke about a number of topics including school, her acting aspirations, and of course her father.
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