We’ve collected the best Reality Television Quotes from the greatest minds of the world: Shemar Moore, Richard Phillips, William Gibson, Sharon Needles, Todd Phillips. Use them as an inspiration.
Television is in a different time because of reality television, so it’s not as exciting.
Reality television hasn’t killed documentaries, because there are so many great documentaries still being made, but it certainly has changed the landscape. There is this breed of gimmicky documentary that is basically a reality show.
I enjoy reality television.
I don’t know what reality television does, but it breaks up relationships.
But reality television is here to stay.
Whenever the subject of doing reality television comes up, I immediately disregard it, because most people don’t come off well, and it’s embarrassing.
The Biggest Loser,’ ‘The Voice,’ and ‘American Idol‘… they’re giving people opportunities to do what they’ve always dreamed of doing… to me, that’s great reality television.
Because of reality television and all these celebrities thinking they can be designers, everyone imagines that they can just become a designer, photographer, or model, but that’s not the way things work. People have to go to school, learn their craft, and build a brand – that’s the right, healthy way to do things.
I think the love-hate is fundamental. Everyone hates reality television, and everyone’s watching it. Everyone hates Facebook, and everyone is on it.
There are life lessons that can be derived from reality television.
I find reality television to be so delectable.
I’ve never liked much of reality television, mostly because it involves humiliation.
I think reality television has made the fashion industry and the beauty industry, any industry – frankly, just life – it has made life seem much different than it really is.
When reality television really hit, I just had a backlash towards reality. It seemed like a cheap way to make a product. And then when music reality and ‘Idol hit,’ I just didn’t watch it, it seemed novelty. And of course the story of ‘Idol,’ this is one of the greatest stories in television history.
I really don’t like reality television and the nonsense that comes with it.
I came into reality television with MTV’s show ‘The Real World,’ specifically the 1994 season set in San Francisco. I was glued to the Puck and Pedro drama.
The likeability and popularity of ‘Duck Dynasty‘s’ Phil Robertson stem from his quick wit and honest assessment of situations that arise in reality television.