Is reality TV a bad influence on society? | The Tylt
The first reality show hit the small screen in the '70s. Now, over 40 years later, reality TV is almost impossible to ignore. Fueled by unscripted storylines and a cast of characters willing to play their lives out in front of the camera, reality TV has evolved from guilty pleasure to global phenomenon. But while some say reality TV makes for great entertainment, others argue reality TV gives a platform to narcissists and has a negative impact on society. Everyone wants to be a star, no matter the cost. Is reality TV bad for us?
Is reality TV a bad influence on society?