NEWS: Norwegian Guests to Be Featured on New TV Show

Cruise Radio reports:  Norwegian Guests to Be Featured on New TV Show

Tags: Norwegian Cruise Line

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Well that should be interesting.

I wonder why there isn't a "Cruise Channel" yet! I know there is the travel channel but how about a channel devoted just to cruise lines, ships and destinations. Just a thought.....

It could take the place of any one of the hundreds of home shopping channels, or better yet the 24 hour/day infomercial channels.

At least then there might be something on tv worth watching.

Well said BD!!! Daytime T.V. stinks!!!

Heck, I'm thinking about signing up for it. LOL. Booked on the Oct sailing of the Escape. Who knows, I could be famous.... Yeah right!

 

But I definitely like the idea of a Cruise only channel. That would be awesome.

Big Smile

It should be a reality cruising show. You know, where you miss the boat and have to swim to the next port..... or you credit card is maxed and you have to work in the galley for the next episode. You can get voted off and tossed overboard for not tipping or cutting in the buffet line..Make it exciting and keel haul a few obnoxious drunks.... I might watch that....Wink

It would definitely hold a mirror up for people to look at.  Being a former frequent flyer, I've seen a lot of idiocy on both sides of the counter. Southwest Airlines did a reality show at some point, it may still be going on for all I know.  The couple episodes I caught were on par with my general experience (although I never flew SWA).  In any event, that show did not seem to change flyer or crew behavior either way. 

I expect cruise lines are well aware of the poor behavior on both sides of the counter as well. My guess is that the reality show concept has already been pitched to the major lines but they did not bite because of that knowledge.

I would watch a cruising show

I like it, for the first time in all our cruises we actually had a couple miss the ship. We saw them run out to the dock. The ship waited an hour for them. It was something to see.

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