Covert Ops team drugs and kidnaps one of those remote tribes that has never had contact with civilization. Allow them to wake up in New York City. Record what ensues.
a show about all the things i spend 100 million dollars on.
Buy a couple shitty cameras from a pawn shop and give them to some college kids. Pay them $100 each. Produce whatever they make. Pocket the remaining 99,998,000
Parents are watching their kids, through a one-way mirror, in a soundproof room, choosing between 8 dollars worth of toys or a 1 million dollar check
We put a hundred people in a room, and they have to share 99 pieces of cheese, has to last them for a hundred and twelve days. It's called;
112 days with cheese.
“Why It’s Illegal” documentary reality show demonstrating the reasons why certain practices are forbidden. Think “Review” in that each episode has continuity from the previous ones and the story builds on itself.
Episode 1: Insider Trading - starting with just $100M and no concern of prosecution, I crash multiple markets and cash out right before the market peak breaks, netting a healthy profit of Billions.
Lesson - When people aren’t afraid of prosecution, they can control markets in ways that harms the public.
Episode 2: Drug Trade - with the billions made from insider trading a private army is built from military surplus, and used to seize control of drug cartels and unite them into a hegemonic entity controlling the distribution of illegal drugs.
Lesson : There is far too much money to be made when you aren’t afraid of the law to allow the trade of addictive substances to be brought out of the shadows.
Episode 3: Private Ownership of Nuclear Weapons. - The connections from the criminal world lead to the purchase of plutonium, and the construction of a dozen city destroying level nuclear weapons, which will be used to threaten major world capitols.
Lesson: If people owned nuclear weapons, one person could threaten an entire nation.
Episode 4: Hostage Situations - With the dozen or so nuclear weapons procured, they are shipped off to cities around the world. The announcement is made that twelve nukes are out there and no one knows which Capitol cities they are in, even me. To show the credibility of the threat, the button is pressed once, wiping out one city at random, and demands are made against another detonation.
Lesson : If people are allowed to hold something hostage they have too much power and can upend the balance of the market and the world.
Episode 5: Military Coups - With the eventual surrender of the major world governments out of fear of their nuclear annihilation, the show installs itself as the new world government.
Lesson: please don’t kill me, I’m just writing what you are telling me to.
Episode 6: Dissent - At this point the show really hits its stride and just becomes televised executions of dissidents.
Lesson: Don’t go against the new order, no more immunity will be granted.
Poach the poachers, a reality show where the best professional killers go up against each other dismantling poaching groups around the world. My immunity would extend to the contestants.
An actual history channel. Screw you, _The History Channel_.
A dozen bisexual people who are told who to date (while alternating partner's gender) by an audience voting system in a house with unlimited booze. Partners rate each other and poor scoring people get kicked out, until one person is left.
This could be producers with 100 M, simply fishing reddit for ideas. Don't give your ideas away for free........
I'd put all world leaders in a glass room and make them find a binding solution for global warming, all while the water keeps rising in said room. No lobbyists, no other people, just them. And since all the world is watching, their solution is binding, because everyone will know who fucked up later.
A battle of the bands type show, but the twist is that each week each band has to write a song in a different style. So for example one week the bands have to write a country song, another week they have to do a death metal song, the next a hip-hop song. Each week the bands get training by a mentor who's a professional in that genre of music. At the same time the audience gets a lesson on the history and musicality of that style.
I'd make a reality show where some super-rich guy with the intelligence and self-control of a toddler were somehow elected president of the USA.
Greetings, Americans, welcome to another episode of…
***Congressional Witch Hunt***
Where each week we take a sitting member of congress and throw them in the Patomic. If they float then they are a witch and will be burnt at the stake. If they drown, then they were not a witch and their souls go to heaven.
“Let’s All Hunt and Kill Billy Ray Cyrus”
["Find the Straight Guy"](https://i.imgur.com/Oqf6xli.png)
I’d just like to see the Amazing Race but not a bunch of stupid produced puzzles and hired actors and so on. A genuine point to point race with only a go pro for each contestant and a restriction on money spent and no use of airlines to get around.
Real life Hunger Games/Battle Royal with people convicted to be executed, not sure what to do with the winner though.
wouldn't watch the show myself, but I bet you could get some interesting data from the viewer statistics
Get all the world leaders in a hand to hand combat style fight to the death. The winner gets to go back to work the following Monday.
Bring together a group of flat earthers and offer them 10 million if they can find the edge.