Seth Green To Ruin Someone’s Life With Interactive Reality Show

Wednesday, September 1 by

"Tell them no MSG."

"Robot Chicken" creators Seth Green and Matthew Senreich have decided to take the main premise of Matthew McConaughey classic EdTV and turn it into a interactive reality show. The duo is teaming up with Ford Motor Co. and Sprint Nextel for "ControlTV." The series, which will follow six weeks in the life of a guy in his twenties, enables the audience to vote, in real time, on every aspect of his life—from what he wears and eats, to where he works, to who he dates. What they can’t decide on is what kind of car he drives and phone he uses. Ford and Sprint got the lock on those.

They say the audience can vote on every aspect of this guy’s life, but I’m sure we’ll get some pretty standard choices. What should he eat? A) Tuna Sandwich B) Cheeseburger C) Chicken Soup. What the demented viewing audience will want is an option D, which would be somewhere inbetween dog sh*t and spoiled milk. Hey, if you’re going to let us decide, don’t cuff our hands behind our backs. (Deadline)

 

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