The reality show spotlight is set to shine on Long Island with the upcoming premiere of the Bravo show, "Princesses: Long Island," though many think the show paints the region in a bad light.
Here's how the network describes the show, which is set in Great Neck.
Meet members of the "boomerang generation" - six young women from, Long Island who return to their pampered lifestyles in the comfort of their parents’ estates and at the expense of their fathers’ bank accounts. This new docu-series offers a window into their unique family dynamics and personal lives filled with labels, luxury, and love trials.
News of the program went viral in Great Neck on Wednesday, garnering a host of outcry that the program further stereotypes Long Island.
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"This is a total disgrace to the great neck community, it's a shame what people will do for a minute of fame! Why not write a story or do a reality show on a local fitness bootcamp which actually helped people achieve their goals?" wrote one commenter on Patch.
"This is going to be really bad for young kids from Great Neck. This shows thrives on drama - nasty drama. There are no reality shows that are productive and portrait people in good light," wrote another.
Yet, the news did draw a few fans as well.
"I think it's going to great for the town," high-end Great Neck Plaza boutique owner Steven Dann told Patch. "It's going to a platform for some of the girls to really utilize the town and make it known to the world that Great Neck is on the map."
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