ABC ANNOUNCES NEW SEASON OF 'WHAT WOULD YOU DO?' WITH JOHN QUIÑONES
The Popular Show Returns With New Situations That Reveal How People React When They Think No One Is Watching
'What Would You Do?' Premieres Thursday, May 17 (10:00 - 11:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC
"What Would You Do?" returns for a new season with anchor John Quiñones. The show reveals how people behave when they think no one is watching by using hidden cameras to record people's real reactions to thought-provoking scenarios created by actors.
Quiñones has reported extensively for all programs and platforms, and served as anchor of "Primetime" during his over 35-year tenure at ABC News. He has been recognized for his excellence in journalism including receiving seven Emmy(R) Awards.
The new season of "What Would You Do?" premieres Thursday, May 17, and continues Thursday, May 24 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EDT), and Fridays, beginning June 15 (9:00-10:00 p.m. EDT) on ABC.
Thursday, May 17, scenarios include:
· A young woman is meeting her parents for lunch to let them know that she is engaged to a woman. Her parents voice their disapproval of her marrying a woman. How will other diners react?
· A teenage boy grabs his girlfriend forcefully in public, snatches her smartphone and tries to control what she's doing. What will bystanders say?
· A bus driver is at a bar drinking heavily, planning to go back to work straight from the bar to pick up students from a field trip. Will others step in to prevent him from getting behind the wheel?
· A senior citizen is working as a restaurant waiter and is slow in taking a customer's order. When he brings the food, it is not what the young man ordered. The customer is impatient and complains about the waiter's age, speed and inability to get the order correct. Will other customers come to the waiter's defense?
· A laundromat customer starts stealing clothing from others' washers and dryers. What will the witnesses say and do? Will they try to stop the customer from stealing those clothes?