True Tori (2014)

TV Series   |  TV-14   |    |  Drama, Family, Reality-TV


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Tori Spelling decides to allow cameras to follow her to capture her real life story.


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26 April 2014 | supercalafragulistic
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| Not Reality
This pseudo-reality show is the new niche of television being streamed into our consciousness. This drama is transparently fake. No one would choose to air this story if it was in fact real. Spelling attempts to come across as sympathetic, but fails miserably. Why? Because it asks the viewer to have empathy for someone that was blessed with a family that loves her and fortune, not to mention having all the doors opened for her to be successful. She has written numerous books and has had many shows all documenting her family life. This is just a new angle to create new viewership. The show is laughable and reminds me of exactly what she states as "Little Girl Lost," because that is what she is. She is a little girl with 1000 toys crying that she has nothing to play with. Good luck getting anyone to feel sorry for you, Victoria.

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