Would you do a reality show about your life?

Would you do a reality show about your life?

Falsepast Falsepast
Woukd you or not?
05/01/2012
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SMichelle SMichelle
Absolutely not. I like my privacy too much.
05/01/2012
SecretToyLover2 SecretToyLover2
Hell to the no
05/02/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Oh dear creeping god NO! I would never want my life on display for all the world to see!
05/02/2012
Zombirella Zombirella
My friends and I always laughed about how great it would have been to have one and follow me to work when I Worked at Wal-Mart because they just thought my stories were sooo funny about the stuff I saw, heard and wanted to say. I wouldn't want cameras in my home though.
05/02/2012
js250 js250
Absolutely not....sometimes I don't even want to be in my life I would never want to publicize personal issues, private moments or any other part of my life.
05/02/2012
ejrbrndps ejrbrndps
never
05/02/2012
phozersexy phozersexy
Not a chance
05/02/2012
nanamondoute nanamondoute
No way..well, my life is too boring for reality, and also I like my privacy.
05/02/2012
P'Gell P'Gell
No. I love my privacy and I'm not that interesting.

I would love to see a realistic natural birth, midwife, doula, lactation show. But, the networks only want shows where someone is on death's door, screaming, bleeding and then "gets saved" at the last minute by a doctor.

Our Agency was approached by one of the cable channels to do a show, and when it was clear that most of our births (as we have a midwife-birth doula division) are uneventful and usually quiet and our post partum doulas and lactation consultants rarely run into "near death experiences with patients" they said they weren't interested. THAT is what birth is like most of the time, as long as no one interfere: uneventful. But the TV channels want drama, blood, screaming and the woman (helpless of course) being "saved at the last minute by a doctor." As that isn't how our births go, they said they didn't want to do a show on us. And they approached us!
05/02/2012
Chilipepper Chilipepper
My life is incredibly boring at the moment, so no one would be interested.

Now, if they approached while I was working at that diner from hell, they'd have enough fodder forever. That place makes Hell's Kitchen out to be a tea party.

But, in the end, I wouldn't want it. I'd rather have my Fifteen Minutes of Fame some other way.
05/02/2012
Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Quote:
Originally posted by P'Gell
No. I love my privacy and I'm not that interesting.

I would love to see a realistic natural birth, midwife, doula, lactation show. But, the networks only want shows where someone is on death's door, screaming, bleeding and then ...
That's kind of sick that they'd be hoping for freaking childbirth to always be a life-threatening situation. I know they want their ratings, but come on!
05/02/2012
Total posts: 12
Unique posters: 11