BABY HORROR SICKEST REALITY TV SHOW EVER
TV bosses are planning a twisted new reality show where desperate wannabe mums hook up with strangers to give them a baby.
A SHOCKING new reality show aims to pair up singletons who are desperate to have babies in a loveless pact.
Parents To Be, set to be aired by a “major broadcaster”, is currently casting individuals yearning to have a kid.
TV bosses are targeting wannabe mums and dads who haven’t had children because they were “busy climbing the career ladder” or are really worried that their “biological clock is ticking”.
The show will follow people’s attempts to conceive a baby, even if there’s no romantic connection.
In a call-out to wannabes, bosses said: “Whether you’re looking to have children in a romantic or non-romantic relationship, we could help.”
A website for the show does not reveal which channel the series will be aired on but the production company behind the filming, Naked Television, has already worked on series for BBC Three, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5.
Roger Kiska, legal counsel for the Christian Legal Centre, said: “Children shouldn’t be the subject of a social experiment.
“As a society we should be frowning on anything that is even attempting to break down the idea of a natural family.”
Casting director Darren Hill, producer of Celebs Go Dating and Naked Attraction, tweeted out a link to the casting call.
The call-out reads: “Are you single but would like a baby within the next 12 months for a new TV Show?”
Naked Television declined to comment last night.
REALITY telly’s reputation has already taken a battering this year.
The Jeremy Kyle Show scandal has left public trust at an all-time low.
And it has even triggered an inquiry by MPs.
So whose bright idea was it to come up with the latest vile concept?
Producers are developing Parents To Be, which promises to find wannabe mums a man to give them a child.
They will work with “experts” to land their ideal babydaddy, even if there’s no romance involved. Put simply, this is the most shameful idea for a TV show ever.
Execs have already faced criticism for messing with lives to boost ratings.
Yet now they want to use babies and potentially vulnerable women as guinea pigs in their sick experiments.
It’s exploitative, cheap and completely tasteless. Hopefully this idea is consigned to the dustbin.
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