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Study reveals each state’s favorite reality show

CableTV.com released a map showing the most popular reality show in each of the 50 states in America and the results may come as somewhat of a surprise.

Here in Kentucky, TV-watchers are most tuned in to TLC’s 19 Kids and Counting, which no longer airs. Its final episode was over a year ago, so a lot of Kentuckians must be big on OnDemand or still catching up on recorded shows.

19 Kids and Counting is also the one that starred Josh Duggar, who admitted to molesting five young girls, including some of his sisters. Needless to say, it’s not a great representative of our television habits here in the Bluegrass. I guess Kentucky basketball isn’t considered reality TV.

Here’s the entire map of the U.S.:

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

7 Comments for Study reveals each state’s favorite reality show



  1. chimichanga
    2:10 pm June 3, 2016 Permalink

    Even when there are only bad options, Kentucky still finds a way to be uniquely embarrassing.



  2. meeksfor3
    2:15 pm June 3, 2016 Permalink

    I am shocked Survivor or The Amazing Race isn’t one.



  3. Realme
    2:34 pm June 3, 2016 Permalink

    The thing about 19 kids and its’ spin offs is, they are dull as dirt, and bizarre, but if you start an episode you can’t stop watching, and you don’t know why.



  4. ChanceyPantz
    2:45 pm June 3, 2016 Permalink

    Of course Utah liked Sister Wives.



  5. Piedma Schwartz
    2:59 pm June 3, 2016 Permalink

    This map is sad for almost everyone



  6. Sentient Third Eye
    3:07 pm June 3, 2016 Permalink

    Interesting that Duck Dynasty won in Mississippi and Arkansas, but were upset by the Real Housewives in Louisiana.



  7. Bluebloodtoo
    9:40 pm June 3, 2016 Permalink

    I have a hard time believing these things anymore. They always seem to fit the stereotypes. I’m betting there’s no actual data in this “study”.