Should The Hardy Show Be on TV or Should It Stay On the Internet?

KristalContributor INovember 4, 2009

NEW YORK - DECEMBER 18:  Wrestler Jeff Hardy arrives at the WWE and USA Network help U.S Marine Corp Toys for Tots Foundation event at the NBC Experience store on December 18, 2007 in New York City.  (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)
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Today am going to talk about the up coming show that seems to be having the Hardy fans mouth watering and dropping down as they watch their favourite wrestlers Matt and Jeff Hardy along with Shannon Moore produce a set of shows that are very different from some of the stuff we see on TV everyday.


The Hardy Show has become something that I personal watch regularly. Whenever I see a Twitter from Matt speaking of a new show then am right there on their site watching to see what they are up to next.


Many of their shows are gasping like what you'd seen on 'Jackass' while they have personal episodes such as Matt showing the fans about his house.


Then thrown in at random times during their series they have the Y-Light Zone where I feel the mixed emotions that they created as they made the shows.


Some of the episodes draw on the strange when it comes to the Y-Light Zone and its complicated characters as well as storylines.


The touching episodes like 'Home Is Where The Heart Is?' that speaks about Jeff Hardy losing his home had me in tears as I watched it. I must admit the honesty that you see from each one of them is so touching, refreshing and makes for bond with the viewer that I don't think any other wrestlers can rival.


The show has also shown creativity from Matt who prides himself on reaching out to his fans that he treats as an extension to his friends.


Y Light-Zone is something that shows I think the inside workings of Jeff Hardy's mind as we see extreme characters drifting through extreme storylines.


One of the shows that I thought was one of the best out of their Y Light Zone had to be “The Teen-age Wasteland” which to me showed some of the realities of the teen-age fears.


To one of their Y Light Shows, The Medicine Man, there is a drug storyline that is both warning and yet can be quite scary.


All in all, my discovery of the Hardy Show has been one that I would infact watch on the TV. I think it's not suitable for anyone under 18 but, all in all I think that its a show that would be enjoyed by both females and males.


The great thing is you don't even have to be into Wrestling to enjoy the Hardy Show, as it does cater to a wide audience.

At the moment, its worth the internet subscription fee and for UK viewers its great to be able to watch something as entertaining as that for such really low prices.


This is definitely something that I think shouldn't just be on the Internet but also on TV.


Check out the Hardy Show at make you're mind up for yourselves but, I think this is something we will be watching in the future.