I used to watch American Idol. I watched the first few years, stopped, watched one season that was being discussed on here when I joined and stopped again. I watched The Voice when it came out (I like talent-variety things as a general rule), and then quit because I had stopped watching A.I, why am I watching this? I loved Project Runway, but the drama in it has increased every year. I don't give a damn why you're crying at your dress form. Lol. I hear the challenge, see the sketches and fabrics chosen and then I fwd to the runway show. It's hard not to watch something in the reality realm because it's on almost every channel, every night. I've watched Dance Moms repeats at 3 am when working. Again, I didn't care about the drama, but it kept me awake. I watched Toddlers and Tiaras for a while. It was my favorite case study. *I was mortified by the spray tanning, hair coloring, teeth bleaching, and horrific parenting being done to tot's.* It's more like train wreck (but I finally turned away), and I watched Honey Boo Boo after she appeared on T&T a few times. More recently my co workers got me hooked on Duck Dynasty. They watch a lot of the Swamp People, Ice Road Truckers type ... whatever. It's not the typical reality show I watch, but it is good for a laugh. I honestly wont care if all of them end though. I only pay real attention to one, and it's because I'm bored.
*one more edit... does anyone even cook on Food Network anymore? It's all Chopped, Cut Throat Kitchen, whoever that guy is who comes in a screams at people with failing restaurants. (Well, my phone is not working right. Try again) Through the 2000's, I have already watched the downfall of Music Television, The Learning Chanel and Arts & Entertainment Chanel. Very sick of the reality take over. Executives are a bit over zealous.