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Heisa in the Netherlands about a new TV show: "Someone will ...

Heisa in the Netherlands about a new TV show: “Someone will …

In the Netherlands, there was an uproar over the new TV show “De dansmarathon” of the commercial channel SBS6. In it, 100 pairs have to dance for 50 hours, but in the search for the first prize of 100,000 euros, many participants seem to have gone too far. This upset many viewers. “Someone is dying. Sensation,” he appears sarcastic on social media.

100 couples had to attempt to dance as long as possible in the 50 hours between Thursday evening and Saturday evening, and every minute of rest, food or drink was deducted from the end time. It was a real battle of attrition, with the candidates unable to stand on their feet, lying on the dance floor completely exhausted, barely able to utter a word.

Over time, the image becomes poignant and poignant, as the candidates stumble and cry as they try to stay in the game at all costs. Some were carried away in a wheelchair or on a stretcher. After 49 hours, a candidate fainted on the dance floor. Then the camera turned away, and the broadcasts for commercials were cut off.

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“That’s unjustified, isn’t it?”

So the show was buried under criticism on social media. Who would dare to file a lawsuit for assaulting software makers and presenters? Totally cross-border. A society where no one dares to say “stop, stop” anymore, it seems. “I’m just watching the Dance Marathon. That sounds funny so you look a little taller. There are people dancing while they’re sleeping, dancing crying, dancing from wounds, somebody just fell. Isn’t that justified? I think that’s really hard to see.” Or As someone sarcastically says: “Someone is dying. feeling. about time.”

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“If a program allows participants to get to the point where they have so many injuries, are almost dehydrated, psychologically unable to cope and are carried away on a stretcher, it really isn’t worth watching TV. This program is totally going crazy!”, a nurse wrote other. Even presenter Wendy van Dijk admitted at one point that it was “almost kind of offended.”

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“Everything was under control”

However, according to TV channel SBS6, it was not “at no time” unsafe for the candidates. Toine Schoutens, the program’s medical team leader, claims that “everything was under control. At no point were we concerned about the medical condition of the participants.”

For the record: Jermain and Tuatha rested barely 35 minutes during those 50 hours and ultimately won 100,000 euros. Honestly, they seemed to barely realize it due to the exhaustion itself.

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