I like to watch other people’s reality on TV as it gives me a chance to escape mine. There’s a new reality show on TV on a subject that I don’t think has been covered before. And I thought every subject possible for a TV reality show had been done. I mean when baking a […]
I like to watch other people’s reality on TV as it gives me a chance to escape mine.
There’s a new reality show on TV on a subject that I don’t think has been covered before.
And I thought every subject possible for a TV reality show had been done.
A reality show about chefs? Yep. A reality show where chefs compete? Yep, two of those.
Have you ever been in a pawn shop? Me neither, but like Chance the gardener in the book, Being There, I like to watch.
There are quite a few reality shows about women. Women who want to score with pro sports stars. Women married to pro basketball stars. Women who claimed to be real housewives. Women who married into the mob.
I don’t know anybody like the women in these shows, and I suppose that’s the allure.
Real estate has many reality shows I like to watch. Who doesn’t want to see what kind of people spends millions on a place in LA?
There are plenty of reality shows about people who want to perform—sing, dance, tell jokes, play an instrument.
But there is one subject that, as far as I know, hasn’t been tackled before in a reality show. A subject we can all relate to, that crosses socioeconomic lines.
A subject that in this reality show, always has a happy ending because after all, this is TV.
It takes a special kind of person to go on nationwide TV and reveal their deepest secrets in the hopes it might lead to a reunion with a loved one.
Last Hope with Troy Dunn started airing on the UP network two weeks ago. Tonight at 9 is the third episode.
The people in tonight’s episode aren’t glamorous, or rich, but they are something that you don’t see too much on reality TV.
They’re real. And so is the emotion you’ll feel when you watch.