Does Someone Have To Go Preview Shows Office Employees Complaining About Each Other
Imagine a TV crew came into your job and asked you to describe your co-workers based on their performance and contributions at the office or wherever it is you work? What would happen if the power shifted and the staff was given the opportunity to make major changes? Chaos could ensue, largely depending on just how discontent or harmonious your coworkers are. Based on the preview for Fox's new unscripted workplace experiment Does Someone Have To Go?, tension is running high when coworkers get the opportunity to unload their thoughts and opinions on how things should be run.
The series, which comes from Endemol USA, debuts this Thursday night and will feature the staffs of various office-set businesses - a sports produce merchandiser, a credit card processing company and a home remodeling company, to name a few - as they're given the chance to assess how their company is functioning and make recommendations on how best to solve the problems in an effort to improve the company. This includes determining the fate of their fellow staffers. Of course, with great power, comes great responsibility, as these staffers will soon discover when the reins are handed to them.
I'll be curious to see what - if any - permanent changes are made to any of these workplaces. The premise sounds a bit like Undercover Boss, except rather than one person going undercover in their own company, this whole thing is out in the open, which could make for even more drama, especially if employees start throwing one another under the bus. As a former employee at a number of office-set jobs, the idea of this series sounds both disturbing and riveting. Not only am I curious to see the show, but I'll be especially curious to know how the show affects these offices after their episodes air. We'll have to wait and see how the series looks when it premieres Thursday, May 23 at 9:00 p.m. ET on Fox.
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