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Other criticisms of reality television shows include that they are intended to humiliate or exploit participants (particularly on competition shows); that they make stars out of either untalented people unworthy of fame, infamous personalities, or both; and that they glamorize vulgarity and materialism.Television formats portraying ordinary people in unscripted situations are almost as old as the television medium itself.However, it did have the then-new effect of turning ordinary people into celebrities.The first reality show in the modern sense may have been the series The American Sportsman, which ran from 1965 to 1986 on ABC in the United States.“This is going to be the ‘Sex & the City’ from big girls’ perspectives.”“I would say plus-sized and up, but I’m really looking for 5-6 girls that are organically interconnected with personality and a story,” Ofir continued.
, broadcast interviews with a dozen ordinary 7-year-olds from a broad cross-section of society and inquired about their reactions to everyday life.VH1 is presently casting for a reality series that will follow plus-sized party girls in Los Angeles.The casting agency behind it is Doron Ofir, the magnate responsible for finding the “Jersey Shore” guidos.Queen for a Day (1945–1964) was an early example of reality-based television.
The 1946 television game show Cash and Carry sometimes featured contestants performing stunts.Every seven years, a film documented the life of the same individuals during the intervening period, titled the Up Series, episodes include "7 Plus Seven", "21 Up", etc.; it is still ongoing.