Reality TV shows “UGH!”Written by admin on December 10th, 2008
Please tell me that today’s Television executives are going to say “Enough is enough” and soon!
But until then it is the responsibility of the adults, the parental figure in the home, to protect our children from watching these goofy shows. They endorse the lack of the exact morals and value of old that “Cowboy Dave” wants to support.
I have two children ages 19 and 15 and my daughter is in college on her own. My son is the typical 15 year old who wants to watch the popular “Reality Shows” I have to say that I am appalled at the content. My wife and I can not believe the language and situations the directors put these young people in just to get good ratings. The lack of respect the “players” show for their elders, their peers and even themselves is just wrong. To make it worse the “Players” are rewarded for the shock value they can bring to the show.
I don’t think you have to look very far in today’s society to find examples of what I am referring to. Obviously I can not stop it or change it in a day but, what I can do is create an alternative for the parents and adult care givers of the children of today.
Our episodes provide the opportunity for the family unit viewing our show to witness a family living in day to day life situations. But the reality of this show is that we have set definitive guidelines. Our children in each episode will show the viewer that there is a right and a wrong way to handle every decision they make. The elders in each episode will demonstrate the right way to handle a particular situation. Then a child will be shown making a wrong decision and will then have to suffer the consequences. This is what “Educational Entertainment” is all about. Obviously they are not life threatening decisions but the point will be made. Then the elders can teach the “Life Lesson” from this example. They show how to forgive and forget and expect the right decision to be made the next time our child is challenged with this decision.
Each episode will then show the same child given an opportunity to demonstrate what they have learned. They will then be rewarded for the there right choice. Not with fame and fortune but will love and respect. The ‘Good Book” I live by says that Love and Respect is more valuable than silver and gold. This is the kind of “Reality TV” I want to bring to the screen.
God Bless and I see ya real soon.