March 13, 2013
. There are so many different genres of reality TV. Reality TV is a genre of television programs that presents purportedly unscripted dramatic or humorous situations that require no scripts and usually no celebrities. Reality TV is the new wave in television media. If you want to prepare 30 minute meals or see some rich people being very dramatic, all you have to do is tune in and watch reality TV. There is something for every crowd, no matter old or young. It is impossible not to find something that interests you. The main genre of reality TV are talent show, drama, and educational.
One genre of reality TV are the talent show programs, for example “The Voice”, “American Idol”, and “So You Think You Can Dance”. They all have the same purpose in the end, which is basically one winner that will receive some sort of reward of money, or a record deal. “American Idol” is a talent show where hundreds, even thousands of contestants are viewed in the actual tryout stage before they partake in challenges to be that one winner. This is a show that allows the viewers to really get to know the contestants as far as where they came from, why they came to the show, and just a summary of each individuals background. As for “The Voice” you don’t really know the contestants because the contestants are prepped before airing and the show focuses on the battle aspect of the competition. Another talent show is “So You Think You Can Dance”, which focuses on dancing rather than singing. It involves contestants competing for the best dancer title. All three talent shows consist of a panel of judges who are celebrities.
Another genre of reality TV that sweeps our nations is drama. Drama is an event or series of events having vivid, conflicting elements that capture one’s interest. . The fighting, the vulgar language is what keeps the ratings high and viewers watching. Drama is something viewers love to see....
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