The Associated Press’ David Bauder writes about the upcoming “What Would You Do?” series on ABC, returning tomorrow at 10pm. The program was the “highest-rated newsmagazine among younger viewers” during its five installments last year.
This season, ABC airs 10 hour-long episodes.
“It’s the kind of insightful television that makes you think, the water-cooler stuff you talk about the next morning,” said host John Quinones to Bauder. “It’s pretty powerful, and a reminder that you’re not in this world alone. You have to look out for your fellow human beings.”
Also, we wonder what Chris Hansen thinks of this sentence: “Now [Quinones] spends most of his time on concocted social situations, a few steps up in class from NBC’s ‘To Catch a Predator’ series.”
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