MTV and Xzibit teamed up for a show about breaking down mediocre cars and turning them into pimped-out rides. Unfortunately, many of its restorations were fake.
Many of the cars that were “pimped out” never actually got improved the way they were shown. They were simply outfitted with various props that just look good on camera.
RuPaul's Drag Race
In 2009, "RuPaul's Drag Race" showed the world what would happen when you take a bunch of drag queens and put them in a reality show.
Despite its popularity, former contestants claim that the show’s producers often ginned up the drama by intentionally getting them emotional and then cutting clips deceptively to make them look bad.
Long Island Medium
Whatever your opinion is on mediums, you can’t deny that they have a certain appeal, wouldn't you want someone to act as if they have all the answers? Theresa Caputo, the show’s star medium, has been involved in many, many scandals and legal issues over the years.
The star has also been accused of receiving most of her readings from the crew through a hidden earbud. Scandalous!
The Biggest Loser
Let’s face it, most of us should probably spend a little more time exercising and a little less on watching people try to lose weight on "The Biggest Loser".
The show is notorious for putting its overweight participants on soul-crushing diets that end up backfiring horribly after the show ends.
A WAG is the wife or girlfriend of a famous athlete. "WAGS" quickly became one of the E's most-watched reality shows. The premise was a behind-the-scenes look at the life and drama of being a sports star’s wife.
Unfortunately, most of the conflicts in the show were completely made up. The show’s deceptiveness got to the point where some women in it didn’t even date these athletes in real life!