Emily Nussbaum

New Yorker

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Television critic for the New Yorker

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Pulitzer prize winning TV critic Emily Nussbaum gets real about the evolution of reality TV — including its potential impact on the American presidency.

Emily Nussbaum on reality TV’s origins and real world impact

Pulitzer prize winning TV critic Emily Nussbaum gets real about the evolution of reality TV — including its potential impact on the American presidency.

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