Viewers of date rush are great observers who keep on fascinating comment lovers. It is generally true that most of the television shows rely on sponsorships from companies and other sources to keep the show running. Date Rush is no exception.
However, one thing which programme managers and producers of various shows fail to notice is that they disadvantage and as well gain the displeasure of their viewers. A programme that lasts for 3 hours utilizes exactly half of the duration for adverts. That is not right. There must be some reforms on this.
Bright Owusu Sekyere, a Facebook user, made a comment about that explains the reality on the grounds. Whiles TV3 was streaming the show and interrupting the show with adverts, he made this analysis which is worth thinking off.
"Date Rush commercial breaks last longer than many relationship.
A wise man once said."
He may have said it for humor sake but this is a word that must be added to the proverbs. I'll
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