Is the latest offering on real broadcast TV delivering paintball to the masses--over in Euroland. Originating in the UK the show follows the common formula of news magazine style shows with a routine series of short segments, interviewees and guest panel that keeps the show moving along. (Or something like that.)
The last few posts on VFTD have been about as popular as the mainstream media's interest in the Benghazi debacle or the average American's concerns over the looming Fiscal Cliff--if it were really important somebody surely would have mentioned it before now. So I am switching gears and moving on. Best of all we're still talking TV. (The title links to the producers website where easily found links to 'TV Show' & 'watch' will hook you up with the complete series of shows to date. No, I couldn't provide a direct link. You'll see why.) And it's easy button TV at that!
If you're interested I'd encourage you to watch an episode or two or whatever. There's nothing terribly unique but there's also nothing just plain terrible. It's a UK centric presentation as well it ought to be given it's a UK show. This sort of thing has been done before but it's really about quality and the ability to sustain interest rather than some sort of ground-breaking cleverness. As an old, jaded and cynical competition fan I'ma forego passing any judgment on 'The Paintball Show' but that doesn't mean you can't sound off in the comments. To be on the safe side though sprinkle a few paeans of gratitude in with any criticisms you might have. We wouldn't want anyone to think you were ungrateful. After all who are you to have a opinion when you haven't made your own TV show.