Sometimes there’s a enough drama in real life, let alone trying to catch up with someone else’s with this new craze of reality TV.
VH1 seems to be taking the lead in the reality television race with Basketball wives, Braxton Family Values, Keeping up with the Kardashians and Honey Boo-Boo, just to name a few. Fighting, arguing and viewing these characters live drama fest is apparently what feeds the stations ratings. But at what point does reality drama become too much?
I’ll admit, I use to religiously watch Basketball Wives, Love & Hip Hop and Braxton Family Values; with the Braxton’s being more geared toward decent reality television than the others. The Braxtons deal with their everyday issues from being a close-knit family (with a religious background) in the business of music with the drama that ensues. The Braxton’s drama has never escalated to the point where they’ve disgraced themselves like many of the others.
So now we have R&B Divas and Whitney Houston’s family soon to follow. Are we as a society that starved to see into other people’s lives and drama? No I’m not, which is why I had to give it up. I’m too busy starring in my own reality television and controlling the channels of negativity that I choose to keep out.
I sincerely apologize to those CEO readers who are looking to get reality show updates. Please note: that I (this blog’s host) has officially been delivered from Reality Television drama but we “thank you” for wondering.
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