Another sad case of fake reality TV is the popular real-estate show, “Property Brothers”. It follows the lovable Canadian brothers Jonathan and Drew Scott, as they broker home sales from start to finish.
The brothers allegedly only renovate a portion of the houses. Additionally, many of the exchanges are often shot several times to get the best dramatic effect.
Britain's Got Talent
Fans of "Britain’s Got Talent" mostly tune in to watch Simon Cowell get paid almost $100 million per year to dish out creative criticism to the show’s participants.
Unfortunately, it was revealed that some of the show’s talents are fake, with producers doing everything they can to make sure things stay interesting. We can't say we're that surprised.
Years before Donald Trump became President, he was polishing his acting skills. The show made him almost as popular as Oprah. It revolves around Trump interviewing candidates for a chance to work for him.
Many of the show’s firing scenes were highly exaggerated, and participants knew ahead of time that they were about to get the ax.
If you’re looking for a reality show that takes gossiping to backstabbing and puts them on the forefront, "The Hills" was made just for you.
However, most of these events and dramas are scripted. Spencer Pratt revealed that he and Heidi Montag had to re-shoot the scene where they thought she was pregnant fifteen times to make it as intense as producers wanted.
"Survivor" might just be the longest-running reality TV show of all time, as it has been running annually for more than two decades. Unfortunately, whether it started in recent years or decades ago, the show has been outed as mostly fake.
Producers have even admitted to using stunt doubles for many of the team’s challenges.