Reality TV is not much different from normal programs, like any program, reality television has the essentials, it has a mix of characters, it puts those characters in situation, and the result is usually a failure or success.
With all the gadgets they have to watch Internet, I pads, etc.
, it becomes more of a moral issue and duty to make sure it is regulated in our everyday life.
It was chaotic, and it causes our young people to think that these actions are valid because they get mega bucks to do this.
When these shows are developed, it’s with the hope that they will be successful, and the show will soar through the roof in ratings. As parents, guardians, and grandparents give them enough upbringing socially, and morally to know that not everyone lives this way.
”(dstokes) “Banning shows from networks that are categorized as a reality show because of its lack of censorship should not be allowed because it will ultimately result in the loss of viewers of the channel.
” The reality show should be aware of the fact that there are younger viewers and audiences that have morals.” (Amy Nutt) I hear what is being said about the laws of governing reality shows.Does that mean the checks and balances are not holding up, or is it that no one really cares?This is not how we would like for them to lead their lives. Who is in control of making sure that reality shows don’t go too far?The FCC regulates what we see on TV, but I think it needs to be looked into, or some of the rules in place need to be broader and have more moral ethics.We have a moral and social right to protect our children and their immature minds.“This may be hard to believe since many reality TV shows seem cutthroat, but actors are aware of the type of TV show they are taking part in and agree to such treatment in their contracts.”(dstokes) “Banning reality television from TV networks is not a well-thought out or educated decision” (dstokes) “Our lives off camera aren’t censored, so what we watch on TV shouldn’t have to be either” (dstokes) “Instead of banning reality television, viewers who oppose it should disregard reality TV as a whole and watch a show of a different category or set-up parental block on reality shows” (dstokes) Considering that we cannot always be with our children where ever they are, I can still say that there should always be a controlling factor in regulating Reality TV shows, regardless of what happens in our everyday lives.Just because I can be exposed to immorality, lewd, and depraved actions doesn’t mean I want to live like that, or have my children exposed.”(dstokes) Now I do believe that a person should be able to make their own choices, but this is beyond liberal, and dstokes finishes his blog with this closing statement.“Reality television should remain broadcasted regardless of its lack of censorship and unrealistic life issues because it is entertaining and it indeed displays real life issues depending on the show.