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Top 10 reality shows that really needs to end

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#1 PurpleGaga27


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Posted 07 January 2020 - 06:19 AM

I don't know who's watching reality shows now with the increasing usage of streaming TV. I am already losing interest in most reality shows (and no longer watching them) except some game shows.


1. Survivor

Well this fall 2020, it will mark the 40th season. So far, 38 millionaire winners mostly don't really deserve it plus paying taxes. While losing some viewers, it still maintained its ratings most of this decade. The redundant drama, scripting and mediocre fear factor stunts carry the way for years.


2. Keeping Up With The Kardashians

I never really watched the show.... ever. Overrated, full of trash and dumb stuff and pretty much milking for money. If law became a new thing for Kim now, it should be focused on politics and law much much earlier. Don't forget that Robert Kardashian was the renowned lawyer of that OJ Simpson trial and the main father of those original children.


3. Dancing With the Stars

The revival of American Idol put this show sinking with questionable rigged eliminations of the best stars who don't deserved to be eliminated, plus the intense training and the usual injuries that usually and unexpectedly happens. The last season has the lowest ratings and viewers in the series after 28 seasons. Wasn't this show supposed to have four judges by now rather than having the same old three judges since season one?


4. The Bachelor

Unlike all dating shows on cable TV, this show still survived for one of the longest reigns of dating reality (and don't forget Cheaters as well). Women still have interest watching this show, but the same old drama and playing format are becomingly dated in recent years.


5. Hell's Kitchen

Gordon Ramsay is getting old to handle a lot of anger management (at least the show is still scripted). But I prefer more Masterchef and 24 Hours to Hell and Back than seeing the same old thing you see in a typical restaurant every day. I lost major interest in the show thanks to Hotel Hell and eventually 24 Hours to Hell and Back.


6. World of Dance

J. Lo and Ne-Yo have been decent judges except Derek Hough, but unfortunately as many people pointed out, without the peoples' votes, the show is biased and rigged to qualified contestants which mostly advanced with hip-hop/R&B/rap styles.


7. American Idol

The Voice is far better than this one (as well as The X Factor)... really. After 15 seasons on FOX, ABC/Disney should have left that alone as music has hit a rapping off-tone beat in most pop and R&B music for over a decade now. Right now it's pretty much rapping idols than real idols.


8. The X Factor UK

Biased, rigged and unfair in so many occasions for a singing competition.... should be renamed as The Hell Factor.


9. The Wall

LeBron James may be co-creator and co-executive producer of the show but this game show ain't king. Its slow pace of play  doesn't make it interesting, it wastes time, just like Deal or No Deal. It has lasted three seasons though.


10. Deal or No Deal

Yep, the show has returned with Howie Mandel as host but with wearing glasses. Unfortunately, the same old pace of play and the long talks have been the boring pleasures of the past. Out of so many contestants, only one actually won as a millionaire.

Edited by PurpleGaga27, 07 January 2020 - 06:25 AM.

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Posted 07 January 2020 - 10:25 AM

I agree with all of those.  Add Supernatural, Grey's Anatomy, The Simpsons, and Arrow to the list.  American shows just drag on and never end.  I dunno how any of those are still once since they're terrible now.


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Posted 07 January 2020 - 10:56 PM

Well Supernatural and Arrow are already on their final seasons, ending somewhere this year. Two of my other favorite shows, Criminal Minds and Blindspot are also on their final seasons this year as well.

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