PBS Reminds Us How Ridiculous Reality TV Has Become
As part of a promotion for its 50-year anniversary, New York’s PBS station has launched a new ad campaign reminding the public just how over-the-top non-PBS reality TV is. A series of subway posters feature promos for fake shows and (amazing) taglines including: The Dillionaire: Life’s a Pickle, Bayou Eskimos: Their life is headed south, Knitting Wars: It’s sew on and, our favorite, Married to a Mime: She’s got plenty to say. The posters also carry the line “The fact you thought this was a real show say a lot about the state of TV.” Yeah PBS, the state of how awesome it is …
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