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Keeping Up with the Kardashians is a series that follows the lives of the Kardashian/Jenner family.
The executive producer of the series, Ryan Seacrest, said that rooting from the background of the family, the series will show a family that “truly loves and supports one another.” Basically, the dynamics of the family became their key to be Hollywood entertainers.
A number of Italian-American organizations supported the fight to stop airing the show, of which MTV responded with a press release stating that the show is only intended for an aspect of the youth culture.
After calls for the removal of the show were expressed, several advertisers refused to continue airing their ads during the show.
First premiered in 2006 as The Real Housewives of Orange County, Real Housewives is a reality television series in the United States which is aired by different broadcasters in the international arena.
It follows how bourgeois housewives and women from several American cities maintain friendship and overlapping social relationships with one another.
Another American dating themed show, The Pick-Up artist features male contestants described to be “unsuccessful” when it comes to love and relationships thus they are taught how to “pick-up” women in different situations.
The show has received criticism because of its Mafia theme and because it puts Staten Island and Italian Americans in a bad light, according to Staten Island Borough President James Molinaro who calls the show ‘disgraceful.’ Relatives of the victims of Mafia also expressed their disappointment with the casts, saying that being relatives of men from Mafia is not something to be proud of.
An American reality television series aired on A&E Network; Storage Wars, features a couple that auctions products from abandoned lockers.
The secret about the real identity of the man, Evan Mariott (Season 1), who is actually a construction worker, is revealed to the woman at the end of the show and if the woman decides to stay with Mariott they both win a check worth a million dollar. WWE Smackdown is a professional wrestling television program launched in 1999 in the United States, and is now being broadcast in different nations and airtimes.
WWE divided itself into two wrestling shows as part of its brand extension in 2002; Raw and Smackdown!