A real-life dramatic series where boyfriends/girlfriends travel to a romantic place to quiz and fascinate the strengths of their relationships. Once the location has been selected, the ... See full summary »
Mark L. Walberg,
Reality TV show where twenty single women fly to France in order to win the affection of a handsome American they believe to be worth $50 million. The twist: The as-yet unidentified man is actually a construction worker with an annual income of $19,000. Written by
Joe Millionaire is kind of like `The bachelor' with a catch. Evan, the bachelor is this case, is a regular Joe, who makes 19,000 a year, and who inherits 50 million dollars. But here's the catch, he hasn't actually inherited the money, and the female contestants believe that he has. And so the show is about these women trying to catch his affections, while each week he picks who he wants to stay. At the end, he will tell the one he picks the truth, and we will all find out if love or money prevails. I have watched a few episodes, and I have a confession to make. It's one of my guilty pleasures of life. Yeah yeah, it's reality TV, but for me and a lot of people out there enjoy watching it. It's not exactly quality television though; so if major quality is what you watch, then don't watch it. But if you want to see a new reality TV show for entertainment purposes, then I defiantly recommend this one.
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