New T.V series “Finding Bigfoot” Is A Drag Say’s Perspective viewers.The show aired march 31st,for an all new show and the return of the finding Bigfoot series.
A new paranormal reality show has found some unlikely critics: Its own stars. The new Animal Planet show, Finding Bigfoot, is already being debunked by its own on-camera team of Bigfoot hunters.
Finding Bigfoot is designed from the same mold as a TV ghost hunting show with a crack team of Bigfoot “experts” going to different places each week to search for the elusive North American ape-man. The team arrives at a location, listens to the stories of the locals and then uses (and often misuses) various technical gear to pretend to find evidence. Each episode features the same tired production techniques of other reality shows: fast cutting, re-creations, night vision footage, sound effects and silly face-mounted cameras to build excitement out of basically nothing.
Viewers took to social media,with comments as that they felt the show had let them down.One viewer wrote,the show is a disgrace to those who have associated their life’s work in this field.
Another viewers comments were “I have to say I’m really disappointed in last night’s episode. It was a real granola show…nuts, fruits & flakes!!
One more comment was “perhaps the best of them all.Jim White My favorite part of the show is when all the village idiots show up at the town hall meeting and raise their hand when ask if they have seen a Bigfoot.. Had they just sat there with their mouth shut no one would have known they were nutty as a fruitcake.
What gets me is when a camera crew debunks their own said team,but then it is reality TV.
A new paranormal reality show has found some unlikely critics: its own stars. The new Animal Planet show, Finding Bigfoot, is already being debunked by its own on-camera team of Bigfoot hunters.
Paranormal Herald: Evan Jensen.