No, not the Chelsea in New York, the one in London. Although it doesn’t really matter because it’s totally fake.
Former participants actually spoke against the producers and the way they script different happenings and create drama where there isn’t any. One of them has even gone on record saying that they filmed fake dinners early in the morning.
Ice Road Truckers
The first season opening of "Ice Road Truckers" shows a huge truck breaking through an ice road and falling into the icy water below it.
People who've participated in the show have confessed to it being scripted and heavily edited to paint average people as villains or heroes. Furthermore, the show portrays ice road trucking as far more dangerous than it actually is.
"Geordie Shore" is the British take on the not-so-real American reality show "Jersey Shore". And if you've ever tried watching the latter, you've probably guessed it's incredibly fake.
The thing that without a doubt outed the show's fakery was one of its 2018 trailers. Marnie herself later tweeted that the show is "fake and scripted".
Alaskan Bush People
"Alaskan Bush People" follows the Brown family, who were supposedly born and raised in the Alaskan Bush. But, the family's neighbors told the media that the family has once lived in the modern Alaskan Icy Strait Lodge.
Then there are testimonies stating that the family's so-called Bush home was only used for filming and they didn't really live there. And finally, the media has discovered that the Browns had lived outside of Alaska between 2009-2012, making their legal status as Alaskans questionable. Authenticity is out the icy window.
Surviving on a deserted island is hard. Just ask the participants of "The Island". Or maybe don't.
The production had to make sure the island had enough food and water for the duration of the shoot. As it turns out, they just created a freshwater pool and imported animals for the men to hunt. Survival is a lot easier when it's fake.