Half of the participantes in the Big Brother US will be black and indigenous
CBS announced measure for all its realities shows as a way to be more inclusive
The American broadcaster CBS announced that the next seasons of its realities shows will have to have at least 50% of the black, indigenous or mixed race participants. The network is responsible for successful programs like Survivor, Big Brother and Love Island.
In a statement given to the Entertainment Weekly website, George Cheeks, president and chief executive of CBS, said the reality show genre needs to be more inclusive. “As we strive to improve all of these creative aspects, the commitments announced today are the first important steps in obtaining new voices to create content and further expand the diversity in our reality programming, as well as in our network,” he said.
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