/// NYC’s PBS Station Dreams Up More Horrible, Fake Reality Shows You’d Probably Still Watch
Thirteen, a PBS station in New York City, continues to insist that its programming is better than the dreck you find elsewhere on cable—by inventing more bogus ads for reality shows that don't exist. Back in May, the NYC office of CHI & Partners rolled out posters for three such shows. And now, it's got three more for your guilty pleasure—Clam Kings, Long Island Landscapers and Meet the Tanners. I'd probably watch all of them, or at least pause, intrigued, on my way up the dial. “The fact you thought this was a real TV show says a lot about the state of TV,” the promo say abruptly, just as you're getting drawn in. The tagline is, “Support quality programming,” and the campaign is using the hashtag #TVgonewrong.
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