I've never been a fan of reality television.
Oh, sure, occasional I'll stop off to watch one of the shows, but it's sort of like watching a train wreck: alternatively fascinating, scary, interesting and embarassing. I never last watching the program for very long.
What I really don't want to watch is a reality show about an airline. I do it every day, and I know what really happens out there. I don't need some craftily edited piece to show me that there are some mean people in my industry; I've had to deal with their pettiness myself. I don't need some soft music or lighting to bring a tear to my eye by an employee going the extra mile to help out someone; I work with those people and have been choked up my their thoughtfulness more times than I can remember.
However, nothing says "I gotta watch this" more than an expose'. And apparently that's just what viewer will get with a behind-the-scenes look at Ireland's Ryanair. Dirty planes, exhausted pilots and crew, and mistakes in the flightdeck are just part of what's being teased. All this courtesy of two reporters who infiltrated the airline.
I don't know if this will be seen in the U.S., so if anyone can provide more information, or a synopsis after it runs, I'd be interested to hear about it.
I hate to be a cynic, but I'm guessing there's nothing in it that will surprise me.