I will pay for the following article Reality television show is presumbly bad for American society. The work is to be 4 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page. Reality television can be defined as unscripted form of drama or actual events that do not follow any form of sequence involving ordinary people, instead of actors who are professionally trained (Boyd and Emily 2). The origin of reality television is not very vivid in that several undocumented films or television programs have been done in the past some dating back as early as 1950’s (Dimare and Philips 914). However, in 1999 to 2000 reality television become one of the fastest growing television programming in the entertainment scene.
In as much as reality television has some positive significance in the lives of several Americans, it is also possible that the same show has numerous effects that are extremely dire to the lives of the entire American population.
Scholars and television producers have constantly argued in favor of reality television, terming it as the best for regular television programming. This is because people want to see other ordinary people just acting normal without having to read from a script. Moreover, they can easily relate to such television programming, since it involves ordinary people placed in an exotic place. During the stay, they carry on with their lives as normal, although their actions aired on national or international television channels (Kirszner and Mandell 215). For instance, one of the flourishing and helpful reality television programs that support this argument is “Extreme Make Over home edition.” This is because they enable real families to own homes, built by an extremely talented crew. Such reality television serves two purposes. it entertains the viewer and utterly transforms the lives of American families who do not have decent living conditions.
It has also encouraged viewers to express their opinions and, in some cases, vote for their favorite contestant.