“John killed himself…”
I swear to all that is holy, I’ve heard that phrase so many times that it’ll haunt my dreams.
All I’ve wanted to do for the past couple months is watch Bachelor in Paradise (you know, support our own) and not think about suicide and wondering whether I know the colors of my friends eyes.
Instead, ABC has decided to HAMMER the viewing public with these promo commercials so we can be extremely sad during shows that typically are funny.
Well, I looked on Twitter and noticed I wasn’t alone in this sentiment… The internet took some TOTALLY NECESSARY shots back at ABC & their promotions…
I cannot WAIT for #AMillionLittleThings to start just so I don’t have to keep seeing these damn commercials every. single. break. Just let me watch Paradise in peace, please ✌🏼🏖
— Sarah Brand (@sarahbeth710) September 4, 2018
No one is going to watch #AMillionLittleThings because we’ve now seen the previews a million times & have memorized the show…. and I mute the commercials! @ABCNetwork #BachelorInParadise #overkill
— Goat Girl (@michelehemming) September 5, 2018
— Husky Haddish (@HuskyBro_Inc) September 4, 2018
— Irisheyes (@Irisheyes726) September 4, 2018
Gary’s eyes are HAZEL. Do I even need to watch the first episode of #AMillionLittleThings ??
— HOPE (@hopiecorn) September 5, 2018
— Bekah Berger (@BekahBerger) September 5, 2018
— Steven Bachman (@stbachman) September 5, 2018
Plot twist: John's not dead. He just can't find his phone. #AMillionLittleThings
— ｅｉｌｅｅｎａｌｏｔ (@eileenalot) September 4, 2018
— Matt Mitovich (@MattMitovich) August 29, 2018
My sister just said it's a good thing John is already dead because we all want to kill him after all of this over-exposure by a million commercials! #AMillionLittleThings
— Nellie Massoni (@bnelliem) August 28, 2018
And it wouldn’t be a true Taylor post here if I didn’t try to fluff my own Twitter, would it?
— Tayls (@WCS_Taylor) September 5, 2018
I’m not making light of the subject at hand, but Goddamn… Maybe just go easy on how you promote this one?