Reality TV programs. Especially when the channel thinks everyone wants a marathon of Storage Wars or Hard Core Pawn.
Escalating this is that when a series gets popular, other channels and producers try to horn in on the popularity by creating copycats.
Like ?Axe Men then swamp loggers then ice loggers
Or American Pickers then the ?Cajun Pickers and thos Sister Pickers or whatever.
Ever watch HGTV. It's monopolized by House Hunter copycats. Almost the whole programing is such. At the biginnibg HGTV meant Home and GARDEN TV with programing about flowers and gardens. Helpful. Now not a single garden to be seen.
Food Channel used to be one of my favorites with many shows on actual tips on food preparation. Now it's turned into a reality network like all the rest with cooks trying to beat other cooks to prepare dishes nobody eats.
TLC used to be the The Learning Channel now it's The Loosers cage. Same with Discovery and A&E. Now only Myth Busters makes it tunable
There are 10 kinds of people. Those that understand binary and those that don't.
Yes any unReality TV !! Like wrestling shows… FAKED !!! I call them night time Soaps !!
ANy of the religion channels… sorry I'm not an atheist, I just don't believe you should make $ off of, or commercialize religion !! JC might have a problem with it !! Nothing but modern day "money changers" !!
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