Knitting Wars, Bayou Eskimos—PBS’ New Reality TV Subway Ads Mock American Reality Obsession

Published:10:56 am EDT, June 4, 2013| Updated:11:27 am EDT, June 4, 2013|
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Are you a big fan of Duck Dynasty or Toddlers & Tiaras?

Well, PBS hates you and wants you to know it.

Taking the battle against our lack of a zeitgeist to the New York City subway, PBS has released a slew of posters seemingly advertising very plausible new reality shows like The Dillionaire, the forays of a pickle billionaire, to Married to a Mine, which sounds (no pun intended) exactly as it sounds.

Fortunately, none of these shows are real and are instead tagged with:

The fact that you thought this show was real shows a lot about the state of TV. Support quality programming.

Scroll below to see the hysterical marketing posters. And then maybe delete Big Brother, Pawn Stars, anything else mind-damning from your DVR line-up.

Viva la televolución.


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