“Naked And Afraid” basically takes that premise and is not afraid to run naked with it, as the show takes participants and makes them live half nude on an island.
The show is extremely produced. Participants receive from staff various amenities that don’t exactly exist on desert islands, such as tampons and various other supplements.
The Real Housewives
There was a lot of speculation over the years about whether "The Real Housewives" was scripted or not. The debate around the authenticity of the show came to an end when Teresa Giudice, one of its stars, swore in court under oath that it was fake.
The star claimed that everything, from the meetings to the confrontations, is all planned in advance by the production.
"Divorce Court" revolves around married couples that need to come to a resolution around their divorce.
One mother claimed that her daughter and her daughter’s boyfriend were hired to act and basically fake a marriage story on the show. We want to say that that's disappointing and while it is, as long as we are entertained, we don't care that much.
The Jerry Springer Show
"The Jerry Springer Show" was one of the most outlandish and exaggerated shows on TV. It basically featured the worst of humanity, from fathers who happily abandon their children, to some pretty messed up cases of family abuse.
While it was all heavily edited, at least it’s clear by the audience’s reaction that they were having lots of fun, and we viewers at home felt good about ourselves.
Producers of "Fixer Upper" weren’t going to risk investing much time and resources only to fail at finding a house for their participants. Most of the show’s houses were already purchased before filming began.
Homeowners were reportedly required to pay extra to keep their new furniture, and the production team often skipped renovating various rooms for the sake of cutting down expenses.