Start-Ups: Silicon Valley, Season 1HDClosed Captioning
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Bravo Media explores the intertwining lives of a group of young entrepreneurs on the path to becoming Silicon Valley’s next great success stories on Start-Ups: Silicon Valley premiering Monday, November 5 at 10 pm ET/PT. Silicon Valley isn’t a town, a neighborhood, or a zip code. It’s a concept; the epicenter of the most revolutionary advances in technology and where tomorrow is being created today. Sarah Austin, Dwight Crow, Kim Taylor, David Murray, and brother and sister duo Ben and Hermione Way, all have a unique perspective on the future of technology, business, and how to get ahead in the most competitive culture in the country. These driven, ambitious and highly motivated individuals are all work and all play as they blaze their own paths to become the next Silicon Valley success story. While trying to find balance amidst their complicated social network they discover that in the fast paced world of Silicon Valley, success and failure can come and go with just a simple keystroke.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoStarting Up||Welcome to Silicon Valley, the epicenter of innovation and entrepreneurialism. In their new home||43:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideo#Awkward||Kim discusses business strategies with her boss at Ampush Media, but when the two don't see eye-to-||43:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoConnect / Disconnect||Kim and Dwight go out to a dinner where she schools him on the proper way to behave on a date with a||43:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRestart||After much soul searching and deliberation, Kim finally forces herself to make a decision about her||43:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoBreaking The Code||Much to Hermione's chagrin, Ben takes Sarah out on a date to the fair. Dwight visits with his||43:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLast Pitch Effort||Ben's on-and-off flame, Ashley, comes to town and the two immediately pick up where they left off.||43:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoFace Time||Kim takes a trip to her fashion Mecca, New York City, to kick her new start-up into high gear.||43:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoUnfinished Business||On the season finale, David gets ready for his Goal Sponsors launch party hoping to attract enough||43:04||$2.99||View In iTunes|
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I enjoy watching almost anything about tech and startups, even the boring forums online. So I was very disappointed when I saw the first episode of this series. Randi Zuckerberg executive produced this and defends this show by saying it's "Reality TV and not a documentary", as if that's an excuse for the fake garbage that it is. I'd like to offer that it's neither. Just another example how the Zuckerbergs are just like the Kardashians, Lohans, and all the other trainwrecks that happened to (litterally) stumble across something that made them some money and then they suddenly think that they have any real talent, value, or anything at all to offer, not realizing that their newer ventures are all reverse built from money, not a quality contribution or because of any real talent or skill. If her brother hadn't lifted the FB idea, she wouldn't have access to so much cash and this show would not exist in the first place. Even now that it does exist, it's so bad and unreal there is no way it will continue, anyone with an interest in tech and startups are going to be turned off watching this fake stuff, and anyone with an interest in this fake stuff would be watching The Hills. There's a reason the first episode is free and the season is at a severe discount. Very disappointed.
This is NOT about talented startup founders- it's not even good enough to meet the very very low bar of reality TV. This is simply people who want to be on a reality show by someone who WANTS to be a producer. No educated, driven people on the whole show, nothing about real businesses or even realistic dreaming (not even in the background) just people acting stupid so they can be on TV.
As a Stanford student who actually has a clue about start-ups, this was truly painful to watch. These characters are incredibly incompetent and vain, and the way they portray start ups is so far from reality. Don't waste your time.