The Voice's first season just ended, which means now it's time for record deals, tours and contract renewals.
I'll admit that back in the day (you know, 2001), I was one of the millions of people who was grossly fascinated by Fear Factor. Watching people confront bugs, spiders, heights etc. was something relatively new and different for the still fresh genre of reality TV and it really struck a nerve. But by the time the series ended in 2006, I was beyond tired of watching people eat scorpions, nosh on cow testicles, get hoisted by helicopters and be placed in the general vicinity of not-really-near explosions. So now that NBC has brought the show back, I had hoped that they'd found a way to push the envelope and take the premise to the next level.