Many viewers are angered by FQX's New Reality Show "Second Chance". "It's Just crude and awful", say Maria Hancock 31. Not just another reality show a second chance explains the FQX Network spokesperson who wishes to remain anonymous.
What seems to be so taboo about the whole show? It's the ultimate second chance, a second chance at life. 30 patients in need of organ transplants will live together and compete to prove that they are more deserving of second chance. "I know that this is wrong, but my family and I are desperate. I was an alcoholic and addicted to drugs and was denied a liver transplant," says Joseph Crain 34.
The cast will live together in a stunning mansion and receive the best medical attention, with nurses and Doctors on duty. And who's to say they won't be needed since the cast will be performing crazy stunts. "Trying to survive I week with combat ready Marines in Afghanistan will be tough, but we have been given adequate training I'm told," say Jeff Hunter 17.
So look for it hit the new FQX fall lineup with other new shows such as, "No Speak-o Mexican" a comedy about an accident prone US Marshal, Jack Powers (Paulie Shore) who mistakenly gets sent to the drug cartel battle grounds of Northern Mexico.