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Have reality shows gone too far?

ATLANTA -

The Oxygen Network is getting plenty of negative press for it's reality show, All My Babies' Mamas. The show is about a man who's fathered 11 children with 10 different women.

The Stir calls the show "one big, degrading train wreck." Yahoo says it "makes everyone mad." Heavy.com calls the show "an attack on black families."

A report on Vladtv.com says the network is defending the show, which is yet to air.

MTV's Buckwild, about a group of young West Virginians, began airing last week. And who can forget Here Comes Honey Boo Boo, which will be airing new episodes on TLC this year. Even Olympic swimmer Brian Lochte is getting his own reality show on E!.

If you want to see a list of upcoming reality shows for 2013, click here!

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