Friday December 13, 2019

No more misery TV to sate sick appetites

19th May, 2019

Last week, a British daytime television programme called The Jeremy Kyle Show was placed on indefinite hiatus after one of its “guests” took his own life.

If you’ve never heard of The Jeremy Kyle Show, then you’ll perhaps be more familiar with the category it fits into. Along with US efforts like The Jerry Springer Show and reality television shows like Love Island and Big Brother, it fits into a genre of voyeuristic...

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