We would be extremely happy if countries could actually wage wars using cupcakes, but for now, let’s just settle on watching “Cupcake Wars” instead.
In truth, various rumors have been circulating that much of the competition in the show is actually fake. Half-baked and whole-faked!
"Pawn Stars" might as well be called Acting Stars, as most of its scenes are completely scripted. The store is owned by the Harrison family but functions mostly as a tourist attraction rather than an actual business.
The items on the show are usually researched with prices agreed ahead of time, and the stars don’t even work the counter when cameras aren’t filming.
We don’t really know how to describe the fact that a reality show about ghosts is fake, it pretty much goes without saying. But we’ll do our best.
Basically, many people accuse 'Ghost Hunters' of being mostly scripted and not very realistic. Nevertheless, it’s definitely entertaining. Ghostly and unreal, but entertaining.
"Love Island" is simply a mix of "The Bachelor" and "Survivor". The show pairs a group of singles on a tropical island, but according to one naughty Reddit user, it’s completely fake.
Everything, from the arguments to the dramas on the show, is made up and acted. It's just manufactured romance.
"Mob Wives" basically took a bunch of rugged, tough women from Staten Island, N.Y. that were married to mobsters and pitted them against each other. Many of the show's events were staged or produced.
Most of its participants don’t actually frequent together, so the producers essentially created various dramatic scenes and fights between them.