September 12, 2017
‘WHAT WOULD YOU DO?’ FEATURES BULLYING, DISCRIMINATION AND MORE
‘What Would You Do?’ Airs Friday, September 15, on ABC
“What Would You Do?” uses actors to create provocative situations and hidden cameras to capture people’s genuine reactions. Anchor John Quiñones explores the choices people make when faced with these tough and sometimes uncomfortable scenarios.
“What Would You Do?” airs FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 (9:01–10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC.
Friday, September 15, scenarios include:
- New recruits are being publically hazed and humiliated during initiation into a fraternity. How will passersby react? Will the reactions vary when sorority recruits are being hazed?
- A transgender woman is shopping for a dress at a women’s boutique. The sales clerk refuses to sell clothes to her, because she is transgender. How will the other customers react?
- A Muslim mother and daughter out to eat are arguing, because the daughter is wearing her hijab. The mother feels that it is dangerous for her daughter to wear a hijab in public, because it will draw attention to her as a Muslim woman. The daughter explains that she’s proud of her religion and proud to wear the hijab. What will the other customers say?
- A child with Tourette’s syndrome is being bullied. Will anyone stand up for the child?
“What Would You Do?” is executive produced by Danielle Rossen for Lincoln Square Productions.