Tracey Edmonds hosts the second half of the Little Women: LA reunion and it's filled with even more surprises. Briana's sister challenges her to reconnect with the family and the ladies find out the ...
Using a unique 90-day engagement visa, four women travel to the US to live with their American fiancés for the first time. Each couple has 90 days to wed before the visas expire and the women must return home.
Life after 90 Days continues for Danielle & Mohamed, Loren & Alexei, Russ & Paola, Jorge & Anfisa and Chantel & Pedro as they each have a quick dose of reality and drama unfolds when ... See full summary »
I'd feel remiss not to review these shows. Obviously Terra Jolé Odmark is the ring leader, getting credited and working closely with the shows Directors, Producers and casting directors. She receives the highest salary, with each passing show, along with the Atlanta, (most pathetic), Dallas and NY little people, the fights get worse, with Terra stirring the pot, obviously.
The auditions were held in 2013/14, for these shows on Lifetime for Women Network. Unfortunately, they are not empowering "women" at all. In fact, it's not helping minorities or little people either. To gain respect you need to respect yourself first, but clearly that is not the case here, there's always a price. The viewers look forward to their fights, disappointments, rejections, etc, then hop on to Facebook where they continue to comment to total strangers, getting caught up in this silly drama even more. No one would continue to watch these shows if it was a "REAL" reality show or series, try watching PBS. Terra has made this group so out of control that it's an insult to women. (Before talking poorly about other cast member's husbands, she needs to take a look at her own husband first). These people can't afford to drop their responsibilities (especially the Moms), with trips to Alaska, Hawaii, etc, or doing all of the physical crazy activities, or arguing such private matters like fidelity in front of the world. These outings, trips and insurance are designed and paid for by the Network/Production Co., not the women, putting money, travel expenses and experiences in their pockets, laughing their way to the bank.
The sad part is, since TV is not free any longer, the viewer's expense, who pays for cable streaming into their homes, along with the sponsors, are paying for these shows. It seems putting more money into their pockets makes them worse and to me, these shows, as a professional in the business, are an embarrassment. We have enough "unreality" reality shows, airing people's dirty laundry and mocking themselves indirectly, they are all the same. I would rather pay to watch real entertainment, with the real paid actors, scripts, directors, producers, production and crews to get my money's worth or read a book for goodness sake and learn something!
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