Reality shows return

Three networks have announced new seasons of three reality shows.

NBC picked up the weight-loss reality competition The Biggest Loser for a fourth season. Loser has averaged 7.4 million viewers in its third season, down from the 9-million-plus average the show earned last season.

NBC Universal-owned cable channel Bravo ordered up another round of Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List. The third six-episode season will air next year, continuing the everyday adventures of the saucy comedienne as she irks Hollywood with her brand of snark-asm.

The CW gave a green light to a third season of Beauty and The Geek, the reality show pairing nerdy guys with hot chicks in their attempts to win $250,000. The show will premiere January 3 at 8 p.m. with a special two-hour episode.

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Biggest loser almost makes me puke watching it all the fat!
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WOW I can't believe it! :(
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wow that explains some things i follow right after the fad i like reality and every one is over it.lol just one of those weird things
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As these reality shows get renewed, actual written shows get trashed. Isn't this just a sad state of affairs, when television isn't even really becoming television anymore?
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Kathy Griffin and reality t.v. - both synonymous with LOSERS!
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Kathy Griffin
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Reality shows are so 2005.
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Down with reality television.
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I watch none of those.

They should give-up on celebtriy and reality shows now.

Because we all know it's scripted.
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When will it end? These "television shows" are lame and a waste of time.
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I am so over reality telivision
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