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Tonight's show is about the current and upcoming reality TV shows that will hit the screens this year. Mob Wives, Here Comes Honey Boo Boo and The Real Husbands of Hollywood. These are just a few to mention. The question for tonight is "If you could create your own reality TV show what would it be, and why?"
Chloé Taylor Brown, author, model, lifestyle coach and advocate for women and girls connects with Jade Cherell, her adult, "left coast" millenial daughter to take on the truth of Reality TV and it's impact on us and our real world today. Chloé also shares her "real life" experience of a small role on BRAVO TV's Married To Medicine.
Book Chloé and Jade Cherell to partner, speak, host or present at your next symposium, event or retreat for women and girls. Connect with Chloé Taylor Brown and The Chloé Show here and via @ChloeTBrown.Chloé's books support women and girls in personal development and life transformation and are available at Amazon.com and everywhere books are sold.
This week we are going to talk about Family TV shows from the 1990. Shows like Married with Children, Full House, Family Matters, Fresh Prince of Bel-Air, and 90210. We will discuss which was our favorite, worst, and hate to admit that we watched. Call us and let us know which TV shows was your favorite. Call us at 646-929-0936. Friday Oct 24th, 2014 at 8pm PST.
Join us as we discuss the best and worst paranormal reality shows on tv; ghost hunting, monsters, bigfoot, vampires, werewolves, past lives, psychics, mediums,and other unexplained paranormal mysteries. Listeners and guests also share their opinions on shows they like or dislike.
In today's show, we'll examine the conflicts and behaviors on reality TV that has us all wondering "what is this world coming to?" Hear a recap and breakdown of the latest episodes of some of the most popular reality TV shows including The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Preachers of L.A., Thicker Thank Water, Vince and Tamar, The Mother of All Talent and more!
This episode of Big Time Reality TV will cover just the show Are You The One Season 2. Topics of discussion: The 11th girl twist, A hookup on night one, fake fighting to get out of the truth booth was it idiotic or strategic, Who out of the all the pairs in the first matchup are more then likely matches all that and more
On tonight's show, I welcome a TV producer from the D-town, Ashei Khan! He comes on to discuss three new shows coming to the Detroit area cable systems soon! I'll bring him on to learn more about the shows along with when and where they can be seen.
The main show being discussed this evening is "Hood Chicks." Now, it's well known that I'm not a reality TV fan, but I do give the benefit of the doubt. Ashei is going to explain to me why this show will be a little different than what we've seen done before.
After the interview, we'll discuss living wills and dying requests. Have you sorted everything out in your life in the event that you're left in a vegetative state? Will your loved ones know whether to pull the plug or not?
We'll also get into some Zone Coverage on the Talk 2 Q Radio Show!
"No experts. Just opinions."
Show No. 406
Interview scheduled for 15-20 mins.
Show scheduled for 120 mins.
Reality shows show women fighting, cursing, gossiping and behaving badly. They show people being dishonest and obsessing with material possessions.
Reality shows also spotlight entrepreneurs seeking funding to create or expand their dream business; and people healing from dysfunction and building authentic relationships.
Collective consciousness says that what people focus on and desire most shows up as popular images and experiences.
Join Michelle Hollinger for an interesting discussion about the prevalence of reality shows and answer the question for yourself - Are reality shows really that bad?
The ladies of Girltinilive will discuss the social effect that reality television has on our lives. Does it impact our family dynamics, play on our self esteem, instigate bullying, destroy self image & on and so forth? Is all reality TV bad? Is any of it good? Why does it draw us in?
Para-reality TV is popular. We counted 13 current shows featuring ghost hunting, supernatural stories and psychic mediums, and we may have missed some. (See our official show page for a list.) Producers wouldn't be spending the money to create these shows if people were not watching them. But from a paranormal investigator's perspective, do these shows have an ounce of truth to them or are they fake, created for entertainment purposes only? Join Kirby Robinson for a review of some of the popular paranormal television shows. Calls are welcome.
A Christian paranormal investigator, demonologist and exorcist, Kirby manages and writes at the Eye on the Paranormal blog where a wealth of articles about the paranormal have been published for the past five years. His program on the God Discussion network airs weekly. Please visit the At-A-Glance Calendar at GodDiscussion for a schedule of upcoming shows.
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