Martin Gaus attacks reality TV: “Randy”

Martin Gaus attacks reality TV: “Randy”

TV presenter and dog broadcaster Martin Gaus has criticized reality TV on NPO Radio 1, in particular the RTL programme Married at first sight.

in Married at first sight A group of singles are linked together by matchmakers and instead of dating, they tie the knot immediately.

VI House analyst Johan Derksen also did not hide his opinion about the program recently. He described it as “drunk” that the couple saw each other for the first time at the wedding. “I think it's crazy that people get married to someone they don't know and have never met. And then you stand there in your Sunday suit and the pastries arrive. Then you immediately feel deeply sad.”

Martin Gaus criticizes reality TV on radio

in From Perstrebone It allows Martin Gauss to hear his honest opinion. “My opinion is: TV is disgusting. Rancid TV relies on people's ignorance or strange ideas, allowing them to participate in such a program. You can come to one conclusion: they are not interested in the relationship, but in showing that they are there.

According to Gauss, the show's creators should be ashamed. I think it is a shame that there are radio stations or institutions that produce this type of program. I'm not in favor of censorship, but that's not true. It doesn't fit into the system of how people get into relationships at all. You build a relationship, the relationship grows.”

'It has no meaning'

an idea Married at first sight Gauss doesn't like that. “Don't tell me you put someone in front of an official and he says, 'You can get married now.' It doesn't mean anything. How do these people actually undress? Nothing is built. This doesn't happen automatically, does it? This should “It's growing, isn't it? Everyone knows with all the sense in the world that he's completely crazy. I think it's a shame.”

NPO Radio 1 presenter Ron Verjoyne is curious to know if Gauss thinks these types of programs should be banned. “I think so, but there are a lot of people who have a different opinion, but I think so.”

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