Thanks to social networks integrating with TV, female bitch-ness all set to go viral…globally!

December 3, 2009 at 3:49 pm Leave a comment

Female audiences can create conversations in and around TV shows with friends who are geographically dispersed. Imagine the possibilities: a viewer of a show might discover that a professional acquaintance has a common TV interest; two old college classmates can reconnect around a shared TV interest; relatives living in different cities can bond around a favorite show,” explains Tercek.

What Robert Tercek (President of digital media for OWN) has neglected is the scenario for Indian home-makers watching one of the many never-ending Saas-Bahu (Mother-in-law Vs. Daughter-in-law) shows on TV.

A sample conversation between any two ‘bahus’ wud be something like this:

Bahu1: That woman is such a bitch. I totally hate her!
Bahu2: Me too. I hope the son kicks her out of the house.
Bahu1: Or better yet pours hot boiling oil all over her.
Bahu2: Whoa! Your ‘Saas’ a major bitch?

Posted via web from VTAS

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