More Business On Blast: New Reality Shows To Keep An Eye Out For In 2013

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January 2, 2013 ‐ By Meg Butler
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It seems like everything good on TV today is a reality show and that trend is far from over. The good news is bottle throwing and name calling has mostly become passe and there are at least a few decent shows being added to the mix.  Here are 15 shows of that variety that you can tune into next year — and a couple suspect ones that you’ll probably want to avoid.

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  • Crystal Evans

    The Real Show is so fast but great. All my favorite Ladies. Stay we need change. Thanks producers. Real talk. I could use a new bag Tamar.

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  • Na Na

    “what you do when a man talks about your wife and you can’t really rap? what you supposed to do?” CTFU!!!

  • tata111

    Also Hoops and her 4 sisters are doing a show

  • smh

    I was really hoping that real mistresses of Atlanta show would die…still hoping

  • Trisha_B

    I didn’t go thru the list, but i caught the show called Double Divas or something like that on TLC. Tho it was funny & i wanna show there, It’s getting annoying that EVERYBODY & anybody can get a reality show.

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    • 1featherlicious

      I totally agree. I mean…..really what happened when your talents and gifts got you respectfully noticed and well compensated! ?!? Meanwhile those of us who have a story to tell, through our artistic ways, can’t get noticed even with table in a downtown city trying to sell our Talents with a pencil and sketch pad.

  • afroveda

    I watched the Sisterhood last night. It is entertaining but definitely counterproductive. That show isn’t going to ‘win souls for Christ’. Their nonsense (though comical at times) will only perpetuate the stereotype that Christians are hypocrites.

    • afroveda

      btw, the Sisterhood wasn’t mentioned in this article but it is a new reality show featured on TLC.

    • Trisha_B

      It sure does. They gossiping behind each other’s backs, living very expensively, all while yelling scriptures lol. Something just isn’t right about the people on that show

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