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"But it's still a highly valuable television property, with a 10-million-plus viewership, and it's worth salvaging."
No, it isn't. It's stale and it ran its course long ago. I stopped watching Idol after the Adam Lambert disaster and it's obvious that I'm not alone.
Yes, she's a media whore, but she's also ratings gold. Ryan Seacrest also recognized that. You don't have to admire her to understand that. She managed to build a multi-million-dollar empire out of a sex video, and when you have no other discernible talent, that becomes a near impossibility. That proves she's a brillia...more
Agreed. Kris Jenner is a brilliant businesswoman. She is also extremely aggressive. If I were a TV exec, I'd figure out some way to use her. She and her family are media whores, but they're also ratings gold.
You're probably going to wait a long time. Reality programming is oodles cheaper to produce than scripted. No script, no auditions, no doing multiple takes of scenes because somebody can't remember his or her lines, etc.
It's old news by now, though, that much, if not all the "drama" in all these shows is contrived ...more