If you don’t understand the title, the show stands for “Hater”. Celebrities go head to head with there “haters” and try to win them over. Mario Lopez, the host of the show, tricks regular people into revealing there hate for a certain celebrity. Lopez then shows that hated celebrity footage of that “hater” bashing them. The celebrity then confronts the hater and tries to win them over by showing them who they really are. After the confrontation the hater and celebrity spend an afternoon hanging out and at the end of the episode we find out if the hater is still a hater.
The two celebrities on the pilot that confronted there haters were, Reality Star Snooki from The Jersey Shore and Bachelor Jake Pavelka. Future celebrities will include Eva Longoria, Kim Kardashian, Janice Dickinson, Charles Barkely, Levi Johnson, Scott Disick and The Miz.
In the end, this show is terrible. These “celebrities” go on television and act a certain way and are then surprised when people see them that way. Then they want to win people over by showing them “who they really are”. But then who are they when they’re on these shows. Reality TV is not reality TV and this show is proving that. I don’t care who the “real” Snooki is because what I see on Jersey Shore is, a drunken slob who is too busy being a party animal than a productive member of society . I don’t care if you’re a good person because in the end, what we see on TV is the only way we are going to see you. Don’t be surprised when you have haters, hating on you. You asked for this when you decided to be on TV. Just because you are rich and famous doesn’t mean those who watch you are going to love you. Lastly, don’t confuse our hate for you as jealousy.
This is a terrible show. I was hoping it would be at least somewhat entertaining, but if you want to show the real you, show it on your shows and stop trying to be someone else.
If you are still interested in this show it’s on Wed nights at 8pm on The CW.