Premieres Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 10 p.m. ET on A-Channel

A-Channel Tests Our Character and Values with Primetime: What Would You Do? Feb. 26

What would you do if you saw someone being verbally abused? Would you step in, or turn the other way? Using hidden cameras, Primetime: What Would You Do? captures people’s reactions to the everyday dilemmas that test their character and values. Whether they’re compelled to act or look the other way, news correspondent John Quinones spotlights people’s split-second decision-making process on Primetime: What Would You Do? premiering Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 10 p.m. ET on A-Channel.

The debut shows the shocking reality that is uncovered in such scenarios as a bakery which denies service to a Muslim woman wearing a veil, girls verbally abusing another girl in a park and what one woman does when she discovers that her friend’s husband is cheating. A limited run series of 5 episodes, Primetime: What Would You Do? gives a whole new meaning to the term “caught on tape”.

From executive producer David Sloan (20/20) past instalments of Primetime: What Would You Do? have won awards from the Chicago International Television Festival, as well as the Avon Foundation’s 2006 Voice of Change Award for exposing “injustice and wrongdoing against women, and bringing the message of domestic violence to the mainstream.” The foundation called the program “an important work of journalism that illustrates the unwillingness of many people to become involved or speak out against domestic violence.”

Premieres Tuesday, Feb. 26 at 10 p.m. ET on A-Channel

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