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Will you help me improve reality blurred by answering 10 questions?

Will you help me improve reality blurred by answering 10 questions?

This summer, reality blurred turned 20. For more than two decades now, I’ve been sharing my thoughts and reporting about reality television in these electronic pages. I don’t understand time and where it has all gone, but I do know that this would not be happening without you. Whether you’ve been reading for all those years or you’ve just found your way to my writing, I’m so grateful. We all share a love of watching, thinking about, and discussing reality TV, and that’s quite wonderful.

The feedback you provide me with—whether that’s correcting one of my many typos, suggesting a show, challenging me to see something in a different way, or just discussing what we’ve all watched—is particularly valuable, since reality blurred remains a one-person operation.

That brings me to my annual request for feedback via this completely anonymous survey. In the past few years, several hundred of you have helped out by responding, and it’s been so beneficial to me as I plan for the next year, and even just as I make decisions day to day.

So, thank you in advance for spending a few minutes of your day responding. I promise to read and consider every answer.

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About the author

  • Andy Dehnart is the creator of reality blurred and a writer and teacher who obsessively and critically covers reality TV and unscripted entertainment, focusing on how it’s made and what it means. Learn more about Andy.

Discussion

I value our community at reality blurred, which connects people through open and thoughtful conversations about the TV we’re watching and the stories about it.

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