Real Husbands Of Hollywood Analysis

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Real Husbands of Hollywood In the late 90s and early 2000s Television channels started to get blan and was becoming difficult to come up with original TV series so they started to created reality TV shows. There were different types of reality shows like “Survivor” where contestants were stranded on a remote island and had to use their nature skills to survivor. Later on MTV and BET decided to to join the trends with TV shows such as “The Real World” and “College Hill”. These shows choose a select 10-14 people from different backgrounds and cities and put them all into one house. These shows were filled with drama, fights, sex, and a whole bunch of nonsense that America feel in love with. Throughout the years the reality show evolved to game show reality shows like “Fear Factor” to competition shows like “The Apprentice” and “Flavor of Love”. The main purpose for these TV shows were the same thing, entertain the American population by any means. A lot of people fell in love with shows like the “Bachelor” or …show more content…
A popular topic for each episode is that Kevin Hart thinks he is the big man on campus, which is ironic because he is literally the shortest person on the show. After Kevin tries to take all the attention or credit for anything the rest of the cast will try to get even or bring him back down to earth with an elaborate scheme of some sort. This is the formula to this show’s success. With Kevin Hart 's growing popularity and gross income the more his head gets filled up with thoughts that he is the star in real life or the reality show’s real life. This is ironic because in the actual real world Kevin Hart is one of the most humble, hard working and motivational person today. He is constantly working to better himself in his craft, which is acting and comedy, and health wise. He was on an issue of Men’s Health this year and even has a signature training shoe with

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