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Saturday, 23 February 2013

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Most television reality shows fall by the wayside before they even get aired.

The Television Coalition For Reality Show Development has just released a list of 10 reality shows that did not make the cut for 2013.

The coalition's Senior Executive Director Armstrong Jimmy Pennypocket spoke with TV Clickerworld's Sangria Wine at The Vicious Guppy Seafood Diner in West Hollywood.

The two sat and talked about the reality shows that fell by the wayside over a dinner of Grilled Lobster Ala Cape Cod.

Pennypocket stressed the fact that some of the shows that were rejected could possibly find themselves on NBC.

He pointed out that the Peacock Network is extremely desperate since they've just learned that they are now the fifth rated network behind Univision, the Spanish language network.

Pennypocket revealed to Miss Wine that it is his understanding that NBC is currently looking at two reality shows that were rejected last year as possible replacements for some current NBC shows that are teetering on the cancellation fence.

The two originally rejected reality shows are The Real Housewives of Tijuana and The Enchilada Wars.

A LIST OF TEN REJECTED REALITY TV SHOWS FOR 2013


  1. 46 and Pregnant
  2. Grandmother's Gone Wild
  3. Frog Giggin' in The Louisiana Bayous
  4. Hell's Bedroom
  5. Bowling Wives
  6. Undercover Ho
  7. Bridal BS
  8. Kelli Pickler - My Life on The Duh-List
  9. The Cellulite Wars
  10. The Bitches of Beverly Hils


NOTE: Kitty The Bountyhunter was originally on the TLC lineup but it was pulled after the actress who was to play Kitty said that she wanted her salary doubled, her therapist on the set, and free season tickets to The Los Angeles Dodger games.

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