Thursday, August 23, 2007

Special "To Hell in an Handbasket" Alert

EiTB24::Portada: "This reality show has been a great success in the Colombian subscription television.

A reality show broadcast at a Colombian cable television rewards contestants who have the dirtiest sex.

Contestants apply to join the reality show into pairs and are distributed into two teams: 'fellatio' and 'cunnilingus', the Spanish web site 20 minutos reported Thursday.

More than 800 people have already applied to join the reality show, which is named Los Pichones (The young pigeons).

The audience and votes. If sex is not too filthy or scandalous, the couple is expelled. Contestants go through tests such as having sex with your wife in front of a group of friends, sadomasochism or having sex in a manger rolling around on animal excrements."


Cap'n Bob said...

That's dirty? Uh-oh.

Anonymous said...

Fox and HBO are already in a bidding war.

Anonymous said...

According to contract, "Kid Nation" kids answered to show producers

The contract signed by the parents and the underage participants of the controversial CBS reality show "Kid Nation," filmed in New Mexico, specifies the children would be removed from the show unless they followed orders from producers 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and would be paid, if the producers deemed it appropriate, but were not considered employees of the network. The New Mexico attorney general's office is looking at whether the show violated state labor laws and licensing rules for child housing; CBS has denied any wrongdoing. The New York Times (8/23

Unknown said...

So maybe CBS will get in on the bidding.

Anonymous said...

Fox, however, has a hole to fill:

Fox Cancels Anchorwoman
By Michael Malone & Ben Grossman
In the tradition of highly promoted flops that lasted just a single episode like ABC’s Emily’s Reasons Why Not last year, Fox canceled Anchorwoman, a network spokesperson confirmed Thursday afternoon. The show -- about a former model and World Wrestling Entertainment performer who becomes a news anchor -- debuted Wednesday night to a miniscule 1.0 rating in the adult 18-49 demo.

Unknown said...

An early departure, for sure. Ties the record, I guess.

Anonymous said...

And it, too, was a "reality" show with a pallid attempt at randiness (will the buxom blonde with no news "cred" make a fool of all of us? You know, we highly qualified chroniclers of auto accidents and grim visages at shooting scenes, who beam in turn at kitten rescues then give that meteorologist hell for the rain?)

Unknown said...

All too real on all the channels I get here in the Houston area.