These are my expectations as a viewer when I watch Bravo:
1. The “storylines” may not be 100% authentic. Meaning, there are forced moments of interaction between cast mates who would otherwise never be in a situation together if it weren’t for filming. I’m ok with that.
2. They are being paid to have their lives documented in the most authentic way they can. Meaning, we are not deliberately lied to. Obviously their behavior is highly prone to manipulation and/or influence by the responses of the viewers so I expect them to have human emotions when the audience weighs in heavily on their personal lives. However, to intentionally lie and act on camera just feels...INSULTING.
3. I also expect that the cast are aware of the passion and emotional investment that the viewers have. While I do not agree with viewers ever attacking cast members in any way, I expect that the cast understands that they are spoiling the entertainment value for us. I watch Bravo not to attack the people I'm watching but to discuss and have deeper conversations about life. This platform has been and can be used for many good things for so many people. To tarnish that amazing part of this community feels f*cked up to me. "To me, that's an F U." - Ramona Singer, Real Housewives of New York
So...what do y'all THINK Bravo should do about this and what do y’all think Bravo WILL do about this?
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100% on every bit of this is on point 👏