Kim Kardashian announced her new reality show “Glam Masters” on Instagram on Wednesday, revealed it will air on Lifetime (not E!
) and shared a link to the application to be on the show.
After 15 years and change, the form has achieved some self-awareness, and on occasion it produces unscripted moments not merely comparable to the best of scripted television, but transcendent in the way art is — the kind of art film-crit professors present in dark rooms to hungover BFA students.
This season of — this tastefully dubious season — should warrant your interest, whether you’re a fan of the show, a reality-TV addict, or simply someone wondering how you’ve made it to the sixth paragraph of this piece.
So if you’ve got an original idea for a new show, not only will the TV producers want to know about it, but they’ll be willing to pay big money for it.
In their simplest terms, reality TV shows usually consist of ordinary people (or celebrities) interacting with each other, and their environment, in a variety of situations that differ greatly from their normal way of living or working.
A new dating reality show is bringing to the screen that most modern of courting rituals — texting.
In Fox’s “Coupled,” 12 single women will meet eligible men on a Caribbean island and, like Tinder come to life, will “instantly decide if they feel a spark of chemistry and want to spend more time with each guy,” according to the network, or if they want to metaphorically swipe left and wait for the next man.
It's clear the show is looking for already established beauty bloggers with a large online following, which kind of makes sense since the winner will be working for Kardashian's app company.
It's about to get a lot easier to keep up with the Kardashians, because Kim is launching yet another reality show!
But instead of her family's usual cameras-following-around fare, the new show is going to be a competition series, where makeup artists and beauty bloggers will compete to join Kim Kardashian’s glam squad.
And although they are all essentially the same, reality TV shows fall into 6 different categories.
The Different Types of Reality Shows Are: Dating This is one of the first kinds of reality TV show to be broadcast.