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Jacque Reid talks to Chenoa Maxwell and Tiffany Jones two of the cast members of OWN’s Love In The City. The fate of their reality show hangs in the air do to low ratings. The pair discuss whether positive reality television shows have any room on television.

“We think the problem is that women and men aren’t tuning in. It’s your responsiblity, if you love something you watch it. Watch it in a timely fashion and not a month from now on your DVR,” Maxwell said.

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2 thoughts on “Can Positive Black Reality Shows Survive? Jacque Reid Talks To Cast Of OWN’s ‘Love In The City’ About Low Ratings & Possible Second Season

  1. seriously on said:

    The reality wave is dying out, the only people who watch that crap is lonely, messy, bitter women…Quite frankly it is not a attractive quality…Adds nothing positive. I prefer to read a book and my children would rather read, that watch dumb people go from idiots to ignorance.

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