The People’s Couch is an American reality show on Bravo that originally premiered in October of 2013. The fourth season of the show premiered on January 15th, 2016. The premise of the show is based off of the British show titled Gogglebox.
#PC originated as a limited series with three episodes that featured everyday people sitting on their couches watching television and discussing current shows. The limited series was picked up and turned in to a full twelve-episode series and then was later picked up for another full season.
The original fifteen shows had a running time of twenty-three minutes, but every episode from sixteen on has had a running time of forty-three minutes. The executive producers of the show include Stephen Lambert, Eli Holzman, Tania Alexander, Aliyah Silverstein, and Jacob Cohen-Holmes. The production companies are Studio Lambert and All3Media America.
What is the format of the show?
Each episode is split into segments, and different groups are featured in different segments depending on which television shows they watched. Not every group of the ordinary everyday people are featured in every segment, and many of the segments are often shot on different days of the week. There is a wide array of shows that are discussed on PC ranging from network shows to cable show. The show basically invites its viewers to watch other people watching television in their own homes.
What are some of the television shows that have been featured on #PeopleCouch?
Some of the shows featured include Dancing with the Stars, American Horror Story: Coven, The Real Housewives of New Jersey, Long Island Medium, The Walking Dead, The Biggest Loser, Keeping Up with The Kardashians, House of Cards, Game of Thrones, Real Housewives of Orange County, Million Dollar Listing: New York, Hell’s Kitchen, Monsters Inside Me, Masterchef Junior, The Ellen Show, How to Get Away with Murder, Shark Tank, My Cat From Hell, America’s Funniest Home Videos, Angie Tribeca, American Idol, Fuller House and The Biggest Loser.
Who are the groups of people who invite Bravo to bring cameras in to their homes and film them watching television?
Some of the groups on the television series include the sisters Amanda and Kenya who sit on an L-shaped couch and are often seen laughing and screaming at the television. Another group that is featured are the friends Blake, Scott, and Emerson who are often seen o the edge of a white couch. You can also catch sisters Cathy and Destiney who have a ton of pillows to boot on their couch and the Egber family that includes the dad Andrew, the mom Julie, and their sons Sam and Jack. It turns out that their “couch” is actually a bed.
Another group that is featured are the writing partners Julie and Brandy who sit together on a love seat. There is also the Resnick family consisting of Joe, Rachel, Sarah and Nicole and the Zeno family consisting of Lamont, Princella and Rashawn. And let’s not forget about the retired neighbors Teddi, Ayn, and Sue. Who knew couch selection and seating could be such a fascinating topic?
What’s up in season four?
The fourth season premiered on Friday, January 15th at ten in the evening. The season is currently slated for
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