We thought that nobody would watch a show about towing illegally parked cars, but “South Beach Tow” proved us wrong.
The show’s lead star, Bernice, is known for using incredibly creative methods for towing cars. The show is obviously fake, but that doesn’t mean it’s not extremely fun to watch.
The Simple Life
There’s nothing quite like watching rich socialites try to live like the rest of us. "The Simple Life" put Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie in situations that forced them to do actual work.
While the show was real in the sense that the girls did work a lot, Hilton admitted that most of their reactions were exaggerated for entertainment value.
Whitney Port from "The Hills" got her own spin-off show in "The City". Port went to live in New York City and got into various dramatic scenarios throughout her day.
While the show was essentially real in terms of the people involved, many of its events were either staged or forced by the production.
"Teen Mom" revolves around young girls who have gotten pregnant before age 18 and their journeys through motherhood.
While all the arrests, breakups, and other issues shown were real, many of the dramatic conversations were edited to seem a lot harsher than they actually were.
Lisa Vanderpump got her chance for a spin-off with "Vanderpump Rules". In the show, she and her staff are followed as they try to manage her restaurant, SUR.
A fan of the show noticed that one of the characters was repeatedly shown with and without her necklace during a scene, which pointed to the fact that it was shot several times and only later pieced together.