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Gulsum Unal

The harsh reality

Australia’s appetite for reality television has yet to be sated, with the finale of MasterChef attracting more than four-million viewers. While many critics dismiss the reality genre as brainless and moronic, Gulsum Unal argues that there’s good reasons why so many of us enjoy watching it.

The harsh reality

Australia’s appetite for reality television has yet to be sated, with the finale of MasterChef attracting more than four-million viewers. While many critics dismiss the reality genre as brainless and moronic, Gulsum Unal argues that there’s good reasons why so many of us enjoy watching it.

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The harsh reality

Australia’s appetite for reality television has yet to be sated, with the finale of MasterChef attracting more than four-million viewers. While many critics dismiss the reality genre as brainless and moronic, Gulsum Unal argues that there’s good reasons why so many of us enjoy watching it.