Backlight had an interesting Sunday episode: the back of our online shopping spree. And especially that of the ‘100 days reflection period and then nice free returns’ principle that the Dutch eagerly embraces. A disposable culture has emerged, causing warehouses to overflow with unsaleable (because secretly worn) shoes, torn jackets and used vacuum cleaners that apparently did not suit after 99 days. To be ashamed to death.
It was not the intention of the makers, but I saw a parallel with the TV world, especially with Talpa. There is also a weird throwaway culture there. First, TV presenters are lured with huge bags of money and sky-high promises. They get big projects, but once it flops you don’t hear much from them anymore. Take an Olcay Gulsen, Leonie ter Braak and Merel Westrik. All of them nice, talented women who are brimming with ambition. But where are they?
Maybe it’s time for a new Postbus 51 campaign: watch out, Talpa destroys more than you would like. To save those few presenters who still have doubts about a transfer from a colossal mistake. Because even Linda de Mol, the great Linda, is rapidly losing her shine at SBS 6. Now she’s not going to end up on her brother’s bench any time soon, but something has to be done.
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