For a fascinating look into how individuals process information and judge other people, you won't want to miss Without Prejudice.
In a compelling new genre concoction - part unscripted drama, part game show, with a dash of feisty political opinion - a panel of ordinary members of the public are given the ultimate power of choice. They must select from give candidates who should receive $40,000 for doing nothing more than being themselves.
Host Lisa Tarbuck guides panel members through each stage of the process where little by little they learn more facts about each individual. But will it come down to who they like the most... or who they hate the least? Elimating the contestants one by one, there is a crucial question they cannot ask - how would they spend the prize money?
Has anyone seen this? It is essentially a game show where a panel judges who they want to give money to, based on appearance, a brief biography, etc. It is as telling about the judges as it is the contestants.